Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> I think for us home users with a Linux box running in their
> bedroom/living room/wherever the chance of getting a box on the net
> continuously for several hours every day is very enticing.
Sounds like something I'm planning to do. Basically, we'll be a bunch
of students sharing a house. I'm planning on having the server dial up
to the net at around 6 every evening and let it run for as long as the
free access lasts. This, and a squid cache should keep us happy enough
(will it, hetch?). It should let us surf from the comfort of the house
in the evenings anyway.
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