On Tue, Jun 01, 1999 at 12:42:22PM -0400, Morgoth3@aol.com wrote:
> Are there any nationwide ISPs around for Linux users? I'm using AOL, which
> doesn't support Linux, and there aren't any Linux ISPs in my area. It'd make
> it a lot easier on me for upgrading if I could get onto the internet. Does
> anyone know of anything like this?
Any ISP which supports standard PPP can be used to dial into from linux
(this is about 99% of ISP, but does not include the likes of AOL since
they use some sort of proprietary dial procedure).
Pretty much just pick an average ISP in your area and use them. You
wont get the nifty (although useless, IMO) chat rooms and keyword
stuff, but hey that's what IRC and search engines are for anyway.