> of a european satellite service that allows you to hook up your satellite
> equipment to a linux box instead of a windows box.
>> the latency thing is
> one issue, but damned if i'm going to beat myself over the head trying
> to keep a windows box up and running. i'd be lucky to figure out how
> to make a windows box do ethernet networking nevermind securing it or
> other types of networking.
This arrived after I sent my previous reply. But I'm pretty sure Brendan
Kehoe's network down in wexford is entirely *NIX based. He uses aramiska.
Details available at the urls in my previous post, or a google would
suffice I guess. Aramiska are famous for doing special deals, so it might
be worth posting on those boards to get advise before you sign up.
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