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OpenSuSE 11.1 Quick Start Guide
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4.0 Accessing the Internet

If you have chosen not to configure Internet access during the installation, you can perform this task at any time using YaST. How to configure your computer to access the Internet depends on your environment. If the computer you are installing is part of a network which already is connected to the Internet, the only thing to do is to link your machine into the network. If you are installing a machine that is directly connected to the Internet, the hardware and the access to the Internet Service Provider (ISP) need to be set up.

Please refer to the checklists below to make sure you have all the data ready to hand when starting to configure the Internet access.

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