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[ale] "Linux-friendly" ISP???



        I've had IDSL (basically ISDN speeds (144k) but using DSL-y
line technology; sucks being more than three miles from the CO) from
Speakeasy.net for over a year now.  I've only had maybe 1-3 days
outage over the entire time, and I'm hard pressed to remember an
individual outage that was longer than a few hours.  They give static
IPs (currently 2, you can pay for more IMSMR) and don't care what you
run on your end (pretty much as long as it's not a pr0n website or an
IRC server they don't care).  You also get a shell account on one of
their machines which is nice to have.

        http://speakeasy.net/

        </plug>

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