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By Gregory ·
I'm looking for a free internet provider for Linux. I have Caldera Openlinux 2.3 with the KDE shell. The internet provider would need either connection software for linux or just a plain PPP connection I can connect to.

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by wirejockey In reply to Free Internet for Linux

Have you tried NetZero or any of the other free services. All you would need to do is setup your system with the info they give you.

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by Gregory In reply to Free Internet for Linux

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by holbrookbob In reply to Free Internet for Linux

Check out www.freedsl.com to see if it is avial. in your area.

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by edwilk99 In reply to Free Internet for Linux

freewwweb.com. you don't need any of their software. just sign up, get local dialup numbers, dns numbers, and info to connect to mail servers. ( i think it's just pop.freewwweb.com and smtp.freewwweb.com) all this info is available at their website.that's what i'm using on mandrake 7.0 using kppp. it works beauty. free internet on a free os. life is good.

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