Posted by Reuben Moore (184.108.40.206) on May 23, 2001 at 10:37:14:
In Reply to: Re: ISP's for Linux posted by Sam Powers on May 21, 2001 at 20:27:15:
Computer Country is definately the choice!
Especially if you want to be confident of a full
blown Linux ISP. Mark(The Owner) Has his network setup pretty
much exclusively Linux served.
That way if you wanted a shell account, and or apache
web hosting. its all set.
Bye the way!
I'm going to be posting a note here(to the rookery)
for anyone wanting to access daphne(www).engnuix.com shell
account for rplug users! Only a day or so away!
Let everyone know Sam.
You can mail me for specifics now, and if there is
any services in particular wanted hosted!
(upgrading Daphne at home now and am going to switch
: : Yes I'm looking for a local ISP that I can use with my Linux desktop. I use Compuseve 2000 via my Windows desktop now but they don't provide D.U.N. so I don't think I can use them.
: : : Do you mean which ISP's can you connect to from your Linux desktop? You should be able to use any ISP, as long as you set up your dial-up networking properly.
: : : Let us know if you need help!
: : : Loran
: : : : Which ISP's have service for Linux/Netscape in Jackson
: : : : county?
: : : : Thanks
: Any local ISP should do; however, you will be hard pressed to find one that actually offers support for linux.
: Of all the dialups I've had around here, Computer Country is one of the better ones. Avoid InternetCDS at all costs.