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From: (Al Petrofsky)
Newsgroups: ba.internet,comp.os.linux
Subject: Is anybody using linux and CERFnet's DIALn' CERF service?
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Date: 8 Jun 92 05:37:49 GMT
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I'd like to know if it works before I fork over the $250.

Please respond by e-mail, I will summarize.



For ba.internet readers:  linux is a free unix for 386's with
rudimentary networking capabilities.

For comp.os.linux users:  DIAL n' CERF provides low-cost (as low as
$20/month + $5/hour, but with a $250 setup fee) dial-up internet
connections in California.

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