question #2: ubuntu documentation Wrong.

Asked by TossedSalad 999

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   Official Documentation Ubuntu Documentation > Ubuntu 10.04 > Internet and Networks > Modems > Connecting with a modem
Connecting with a modem


NetworkManager doesn't currently support modem connections, so you will need to install the gnome-network-admin package. If you have no working Internet connection, then you will need to obtain this package and install it, see Downloading and installing a .deb package for more information.
-----STEP DONE----

You will need to know the following information:

ISP Phone Number; Username; Password; Domain Name Server (DNS) addresses.
 ----GOT IT------

1.Open System → Administration → Network

2.Press Unlock and type your password to unlock the settings


3.Select the Connections tab. THERE IS ZERO CONNECTION TAB. TABS ARE 3.

4.Select Point to point connection and press Properties.
                                         NO SUCH ANIMAL RESIDES IN SYSTEM:ADMINISTRATION:NETWORK

Is this some kind of joke?

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Best actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said :

Log a bug

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TossedSalad 999 (docrighter) said :

A website bug?

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TossedSalad 999 (docrighter) said :

Thanks actionparsnip, that solved my question.