Re: isp service
According to TedNick,
> How and where can I find a Linux friendly ISP.
> I need the DNS or IP address number.
> All of the ISP's that I have contacted do not want to provide me with that number.
> They say sorry. You cannot use Linux.
I find it easier to say I want a service that doesn't
require me to install any of their software on my computer.
Or to say I want a service that'll let my use my Linksys
broadband router. That's a good way to put it since lots of
people have them.
It's not really helpful to tell them I'm running Linux.
What you really want is a fairly standard configuration and
not some weirdo crap like AOL or MSN or Prodigy, right?
Here's a question: why do you need DNS and IP address?
Isn't it easier to put
eth0 inet dhcp
in your /etc/network/interfaces?