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Re: ISP does not 'support' Linux

On Fri, Nov 29, 2002 at 10:35:01AM +0000, Chris Lale wrote:
> Here's an idea arising from the 'Non-Linux-aware ISP: please spoon feed' 
> thread. How many ISP's helplines say 'we do not support Linux'? Most 
> ISP's seem to have a webpage with connection instructions for Windows 
> users. Why not instructions for Linux?
> Suppose everyone with a dialup account were to email their ISP(s) with a 
> customised set of instructions suitable for them to put on their 
> website? They might at least start to think about it. I have attached a 
> possible template. Comments welcome!

Although many ISPs do not support Linux officialy, they have a support
page for Linux or Other OSs.

At least ADSL service my dad gets in Japan does have information for
Linux users and my ISP in US has instruction for Other OS which is
usually very technical and useful :-)

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