July 19, 2010 · General · Email This Post

UbuDSL is a tool that helps users to configure their ADSL modem and connection under Ubuntu (and most of Ubuntu-based) distributions. It supports USB ADSL modems working under the following drivers: ueagle-atm, speedtch, cxacru, unicorn II.
Install UbuDSL in ubuntu

First you need to download .deb package from here once you have .deb package install this by double clicking on it or by using the following command

sudo dpkg -i ubudsl_1.0.0.77-7_debian_testing_i386.deb

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5 Comments to “UbuDSL – Configure your ADSL modem under ubuntu”

  1. cORTEx says:

    It doesn’t work with Ubuntu 10.04.

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  2. GG says:

    Is this work in Ubuntu 11.04?

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  3. mase says:

    no dont try this it will crash your computer

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