On Wed, Sep 19, 2001 at 10:57:16AM +0100, Whalley, Anthony wrote:
> IRISH linux user group
> Eircom IRISH isp
> See any connection??
Oh, I see!
Anyway, what did you all think of of Aer Lingus potentially laying
off loads of staff. I mean, this a general Irish discussion list,
> There have been many post regarding Eircom connections
> Why is mine different.
You weren't exactly specific... If somebody's having trouble with
pppd or something, fair enough. If somebody's looking for dialup
information, well they should be looking at the webpage or the IIU
webpage. If somebody is wondering in general if Eircom are "having
problems", eh, well there's more general forums for these questions.
> I am trying to connect a smoothwall installation and the only issue
> I could see was this. Rather than bore people with the details I just wanted
> a straight
> yes or no answer.
Problems? With the sale to Valentia? Dialling into Eircom.net? Eircom.ie being
a victim of that Windows virus doing the rounds? Eircom in trouble with the
ODTR? There's loads of Eircom related problems. And not one of them to do with
Linux - If you're having problems dialling into Eircom.net and suspect Eircom
to be the problem, ring Eircom or post on ie.comp.
> You and your little facist attitude are not helping.
Ask a specific question in an on-topic forum and you might
get some help.
> I suppose you gave out about the list being used during the
I don't remember John doing so...
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