Um, Paul, many USB ADSL adaptors work on linux (ker 2.4 or 2.2 w/backports),
and better yet, you can always get an ADSL router if you want ... you don't
have to buy *their* hardware !!!
> -----Original Message-----
> > Restrictions:
> > Your home must be located a certain distance from your local eircom
> > exchange.
> My favourite are the PC minimum requirements...
>> USB socket (that can't be good for us, but a free PCI slot requirement
> would be worse)
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