On Mon, Aug 03, 1998 at 01:02:26AM +0200, Roberto Lumbreras wrote: > I intent to package slirp (if nobody objects, of course), a > slip/ppp emulator over shell account. It is dfsg-free, and this is > the (proposed) description for the control file: > > Section: net > Priority: optional > Description: SLIP/PPP emulator using a dial up shell account > Slirp is a TCP/IP emulator which turns an ordinary shell account > into a (C)SLIP/PPP account. This allows shell users to use all the > funky Internet applications like Netscape, Mosaic, CUSeeMe, etc. I'd add a comment that most ISPs really Do Not Like you using it because they want to charge more or less based on shell and ppp connections, etc.
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