Robert P. J. Day
rpjday at mindspring.com
Thu Aug 26 17:43:28 UTC 2004
On Thu, 26 Aug 2004, rich dinkin wrote:
> Adam Boettiger wrote:
>> Do any of the major ISPs offer dialup or broadband access that is
>> compatible with Linux?
>> I searched and all I came up with were hosting account providers, not
> Although Comcast doesn't officially support Linux, it works pretty
> effortlessly. In fact, I found Linux easier to set up in Comcast than XP.
what would make something "compatible with Linux"? for the most part,
a cable or DSL modem is just going to hand you an IP address anyway,
so why would it matter what OS you're running?
i've never had a problem dropping my linux laptop onto someone else's
home network. so what problem are you thinking of where linux would
cause a problem and windows wouldn't? just curious.
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