I'm only on dialup, myself....and yes, Vector 6.0 (standard) has the Chestnut-dialer. It's pretty easy to set up and configure for your ISP, modem,..and all that stuff. The only problem I had, was a little "glitch" that Chestnut-dialer has (it's not the fault of Vector Linux). To actually get on the internet with dialup in the Chestnut-dialer you have to give yourself root priviledge. I did this by going to (with midnight commander), to: '/usr/share/applications/chestnut-dialer'
I'm not totally
sure right at this moment,...but I believe where it lists the command,...I typed in:
(just before the words "chestnut-dialer"). .. '/sbin/vsuper'
This worked like a charm.
EDIT: Ok,...I just went (with the midnight commander) to: '/user/share/applications/chestnut-dialer' (or '/chestnut-desktop')....
and it's the line that reads: 'Exec=chestnut-dialer'
change it to read: 'Exec=/sbin/vsuper chestnut-dialer' (and save
when you put the chestnut-dialer icon on your desktop and click on it,...a window will open that you type in root's password. (Your US Robotics external modem should work just fine!)
**also see: http://forum.vectorlinux.com/index.php?topic=8811.0