StonX is an Atari ST emulator for X. It support many Atari apps, and runs very fast even on low-end machines (sub P75). It currently runs the standard Atari screen modes as well as expanded full screen. It is very portable and has successfully been used on Alpha workstations, Silicon Graphics workstations, HP PA-RISC systems, RS/6000 with AIX, proprietary systems by Siemens, PCs with FreeBSD, Suns with Solaris and SunOS, and others.
The GPL Speedtouch USB ADSL driver is different from the "official" Alcatel Linux drivers in several respects. First, it is implemented in user-space, which means that the application of kernel patches or insertion of kernel modules is not required. It also implements its on pppoa encapsulation, so you can use the standard pppd program. Finally, it doesn't use a binary-only managment program. For this driver to work, you will need access to a file that is included with both the official Windows and Linux drivers. This file contains the microcode that is uploaded to the modem.
Re: usb ADSL modem
> I have no idea how to
> make work on my linux system.
Have you followed the HOWTO included in the distribution?
Re: Support for PPPoE
> is it possible to use this driver with a
> provider offering the ADSL service with
> the PPP Over
> Ethernet protocol?
There is now a patch the hacks pppoa together with Roaring Penguins pppoe client. Check out the project page for details.