> My Surf No Limits account went active on Friday. You have to use Windows
> to do the final setup, and get details but that's only a URL you call in
> your browser so it could be easily adapted for Linux. Once I copied over
> the dns settings and the big long phone number to Linux I was online for
> most of the weekend, and using dyndns.org to get myself a "static"
> hostname :) I really hope that freephone thing worked..
Yeah, cool, isn't it :-)
> Speed? As fast as Indigo. I downloaded Quake3 from planetquake at about
> 4-5k a second, and about 80MBs of demos from ftp.scene.org at similar
> I just have to get around to setting up a cron job to make it dial up at
> 6pm and disconnect at 8am now..
Are you connecting using pppd/chat or are you using something like wvdial?
If pppd, then pleasepleasepleaseplease post *EVERYTHING* in your
/etc/pppd directory here, as nobody else has managed to get it to
work and there are a number of people who want to :-)
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