Isn't it a shame that both Vodafone and Three don't themselves take on these
simple how-tos on their own websites and support to a such a limited extent
Even today I was looking at the Ryanair "Bing" service which feeds special
offers for your airport live to your PC. The FAQ says sorry no Linux
support, but the feed is a simple RSS. No problem to Linux Mr. O'Leary!
On 6/2/07, Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie> wrote:
>> On 2 Jun 2007, at 12:14, Mikhail Ramendik wrote:
>> > I now have a working Three connection.
> > The Vodafone howto did not fully work, but some friends from a
> > Russian list
> > helped me. My system is with pppd, not wvdial, and has a couple of
> > tricks
> > like not using the provider-supplied DNS (because the supplied DNS
> > is wrong).
> > Can I write a howto and somehow get it up onto linux.ie?
>> Absolutely - the same applies to anybody who wants to write content
> for the site. Write it up, and send it to
>webmaster at linux.ie .
>>>>>> Kindest regards,
>>>> Niall O Broin
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