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Re: DSL provider??



...And there was much rejoicing!

(the part about speakeasy moving off RH or any leenucks and onto BSD.)


On 13 Nov 2000, Lisa Phillips wrote:

> I'm on the systems team here (speakeasy)...and I have infected the
> office with BSD.
> 
> We're moving to a freebsd based network. Our new mail
> cluster we're putting together will be mostly FreeBSD. Our
> DNS servers run FreeBSD. Essentially, we're trying to move
> as far away from RH as possible :)
> 
> I (of course) highly recommend Speakeasy. 
> 
> As for sales, you don't have to worry about them being
> non-technical. Most of them run Linux, actually. 
> 
> Lisa
> 
> On Mon, Nov 13, 2000 at 02:14:49PM -0800, the splendid David Kimbro wrote :
> > 
> >   As for UNIX...
> > 
> >   Speakeasy runs on RH Linux.
> > 
> >   They have a support page for Linux:
> > http://www.speakeasy.net/support/linux/index.html
> > 
> >   From the support page:
> > The Linux operating system comes in a variety of distributions from a number of
> > different vendors. We will try to maintain support for the most popular of
> > these, but due to the organic nature of open source software, please consult
> > your specific documentation as the primary resource. 
> > Speakeasy encourages the use of open source software wholeheartedly, everyone
> > here uses and relies on it daily!
> > 
> >   I imagine they will be just fine with FreeBSD. =^_^=
> > 
> >   Take care,
> >     Lion =^_^=
> > 
> > 
> > 
> 
> -- 
> Lisa
> -
> more light than heat
> [grrl.org]
>