I dunno ... I could be reading about linux as part of some loony fringe
of computing if I hadn't been offered access to a shell account on a
server only 2-ish years ago. Linux just aint exposed to folk in the same
way as the microsoft way.
On Fri, 10 Mar 2000, Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Fri, 10 Mar 2000, Owen J Connolly wrote:
>> > On this general topic.... I always thought it would be cool to set up a
> > Linux server for people who want to learn, with ssh accounts... That
> > way it's not as likely to be a target for our hacking friends....
>> 't would be very cool indeed, but if you have to pay for the bandwidth
> it's probably not worth it. Everyone has PC's at home with which they
> can experiment far more on than with a machine on the net that they have
> to share with others.
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