On Fri, 28 Jan 2000, Jeremiah Russelll wrote:
> Your talking what Micorosoft did for its preferred ISP, listing their
> numbers on its installation program for IE in its operating system?
No, I'm talking about catering for those of us that use Linux and want to
setup an internet connection easily.
The ISP's are providing CDs in every garage, supermarket, street corner
and fast food outlet in the country containing *windoze only* (OK, Eircom
Net has Mac software as well...) that contains these numbers in their
What I'm proposing is a script that will ask which ISP you want to setup
(and hopefully include all the Irish ISPs) and do the donkey work.
I'm not suggesting *just* doing the Bt ones or *just* the Eircom ones.
John McDonnell, Treasurer, NUI,Galway CompSoc [ ph: +353 86 8249010 ]
johnmc at student.nuigalway.ie - http://www.compsoc.nuigalway.ie/~johnmc
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