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Re: [SLUG] Just Another ISP Question



On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 05:36:47PM +1000, enterfornone wrote:
> When an ISP says they don't support Linux they generally mean they won't
> hold your hand setting it up.  Pretty much all dialup ISPs that use standard
> TCP/IP and PPP will work under Linux.  The only ISP I can think of that
> doesn't is AOL (and since they don't use standard TCP/IP and PPP they
> probably shouldn't be referred to as an ISP anyway).
> 

OK now I'm intrigued. How do they not use TCP/IP it's the internet
right? Or is it just all proxie or something?

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