I know, I know, "Grrrr....Newbies!" But every one of us willing to make the effort to learn something new takes something away from the OS monopoly. Anyway, enough of my defensiveness...
I have loaded up DSL from my newly burned Live CD and it is all well and good, but unless I can learn how to connect to the net it will never be my main operating system. Unfortunately, I can't find much information on where to start, particularly because I have a dynamic IP address. Our broadband is provided, strangely enough, by waitrose, a supermarket here in the UK, and it comes through a Voyager 105 ADSL USB modem.
So here's the question: Should I take Waitrose.com's statement that their service is only compatible with Windows and Mac at face value, or should I be trying to find sneaky ways to connect through Linux? And if it is possible to get connected, then where can I find a HOW TO that can get me educated about, er, how to?
Thanks for any help, Tt