Ok, pricali smo Dany i ja malopre pa smo se dogovorili da uradimo i prevode
na sto vise jezika. Uzeo sam da odradim EN prevod za uputstvo, pa evo, ako
nesto treba promeniti, slobodno, ako mislite da nesto moze drugacije...
BEFORE YOU BEGIN, PLEASE READ THIS:
In order to use this program, you have to check:
1. Are the network cables properly connected, or if you use wireless, is the wireless
card turned on (on laptops and netbooks there is usually a button which turns the wireless card on or off)?
2. Does your sistem see the interface you want to connect through?
("sudo ifconfig" terminal command (type it without quotes and press Enter. You may be asked
for your password) will give you all existing interfaces like eth0, eth1, wlan0, ath0... etc.
3. If you use a wireless through a wireless card and router, you will first have to connect
to your AP, before using this program. You can do that using gnome network-manager-applet,
or wicd software, or just using your Internet browser.
SetPPPoE script provides an easy way to manage one or more PPPoE connections. Easy "Wizzard" helps you
in choosing your options (usernames, passwords, etc.) while managing your PPPoE connections. After each
step, you need to press "OK" button. If you want to quit the program, or to go back to main manu, just
press "Cancel" button.
When you enter connection parameters, they are saved, and there is no need to set it up again, even
after restarting your system. You can set up as many connections as you want, with a different parameters.
All of them will be saved, from which you can choose later. Only if you enter a connection name which
allready exists, it will be overwritten and saved with new given parameters.
If you are going to make more then one connection, you must use the same password IF the username
is the SAME for these connections. If username is not the same, you can enter whatever password you want to use.
If you want your connection to be visible in the menu, it must contain at least one capital letter in it's name
(like "John", or "myConnection"). Connection name can't contain any spaces, and it may contain only letters and
numbers, no special characters. When setting parameters of connection, if everything entered is correct, the skript
will connect you to the Internet. Main menu will show all connections you have made before. You can easily connect
selectiong one of them from the menu. If connection is labeled with "auto", it will be automatically used when system
is (re)stareted. In the main menu you have options to remove saved connection, disconnect or automatically connect it.
When you set up a new connection, it will be automatically marked as "auto", which means it will
be started when you start your computer (or restart). If you want to change which connection to use
automatically, you can do it from the main menu by setting "auto" parameter on a connection.