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I im intending to install LYCORIS LINUX onto my computer, and hope one day to use this as the exclusive Operating System.
I currently use AOL as my unlimited access ISP, I know that AOL will not work with Lycoris.
What ISP will be the best to use in the U.K.?
I would prefer another unmetered access ISP at up to £15 per month.
Thanks for your help.
Any ISP that uses the normaly dial-up adaptor under Windows should work find under linux too, the only problem on I've heard of is AOL as they still tend to do things their own way a little. Thats not to say you couldn't get it working but it could be a challenge!