UK ISP (Virgin.net)
Date: Mon, 09 May 2005 20:12:44 GMT
I'm thinking of switching ISP as the DNS is often unavailable on my
current one. The guys at work (all Windows) all use virgin.net for their
home ISP's and seem to love it. Does anyone know if it works with Linux
for dialup (or ADSL for that matter)?
Thanks in advance,
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