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-====== Connecting Windows 95/98/Me to the Internet using Raspberry Pi ====== 
-This step-by-step guide will show you how to get a Windows 95/98/Me computer with just serial connected to the Internet using the Virtual Modem and a PPP wrapper. If you have not already, please follow the [[Guides:​Virtual Modem|instructions how to set up Virtual Modem]]. Make sure the serial cable is connected to the Raspberry and the vmodem.sh script service is running on it before attempting this part of the guide. 
  
-You can connect to the Internet with the built-in dial-up of Windows 95. We will go through the steps how to set up a dial-up connection on your Windows 95 (or later) computer. We will also configure typical settings for dial-up over PPP. For the sake of the tutorial'​s completeness,​ we will also install Netscape Communicator 4.5, but you're free to use any web browser. 
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-Once again, please make sure you have [[Virtual Modem|VModem]] set up and running and connected over a working serial port to the computer before attempting the following steps. 
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-==== A work in progress! ==== 
-I am currently in the process of writing this guide. At it's current state the tutorial is in **PRE-ALPHA**. This message will be updated as I continue to work on this tutorial series. 
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