Hello there. About an hour ago, after hours of crawling the internet, I stumbled upon Slitaz 4.0, an amazingly light (and pretty...) Linux distro. I've created a LiveUSB image of it, enabling me to virtually carry an OS in my pocket. Now, I need to set it up for my usual work. I'm not used to remembering command-line keys, so I have to manually download the packages and transfer them to Slitaz. Now comes the main problem: 1) I'm using my dad's old cell-phone's GPRS connection to use the internet. It's a Nokia XpressMusic 5130. The GPRS subscription is from a local carrier, used as a dial-up. But the problem is, Slitaz doesn't detect the phone, and the carrier doesn't require any Username or password, just the access point it provides. How do I setup a dial-up connection in Slitaz, and get the phone recognized in the first place? 2) Device drivers for Linux-based systems? Nvidia drivers? VIA HD Audio drivers? How do I get them? *Sorry if this isn't coherent, I'll try my best to answer all questions asked.