Your talking what Micorosoft did for its preferred ISP, listing their
numbers on its installation program for IE in its operating system?
"Some day the world will be perfect
And I will be out of a job"
----- Original Message -----
From: John McDonnell jnr. <johnmc at student.nuigalway.ie>
To: Irish Linux Users Group List <ilug at linux.ie>
Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2000 4:57 PM
Subject: [ILUG] setting up ISP stuff under Linux
> People seem to have missed the point I was trying to make.
> *of course* it's easy enough once you get WVdial or KPPP or something like
> that *and* the access number.
> What I was actually banging on about was something that a new user could
> start up and it would ask things like which ISP do you want to setup? what
> is your area code etc. etc.
> Basically, a Linux version of the Esat/Eircom/Ocean/Indigo/IOL/etc.
> (BT/Eircom/Indie) installers.
> John McDonnell, Treasurer, NUI,Galway CompSoc [ ph: +353 86 8249010 ]
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