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JaseP 07-19-2005 07:48 AM

Looking for Linux Compatible ISPs in South Jersey
I'm looking to recommend a Linux compatible internet service provider (dial-up) in the South Jersey area (across the bridge from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)...

Any recomendations???

cuiq 07-19-2005 08:14 AM

I've used which has been since been bought out by Earthlink & also Netzero. However there is another one called warp connect ($5.95)

Netzero & access4less at the time that I used them only supported windows or mac. but they all still worked with linux,

oneandoneis2 07-19-2005 08:27 AM

Unless you mean "ISPs that give technical support for Linux" then just about any ISP (other than AOL ;) ) should run fine with Linux: Anything capable of running ppp and using a modem should be able to use a typical ISP. . .

JaseP 07-19-2005 08:45 AM

Some use some sort of proprietary scripting or apps and/or are difficult to set up with anything other than Windoze... Obviously, AOL is the biggest culprit there, but there are others...

I just need to know what's available in Southern Jersey (Camden County Area) so that the EX can get internet...

Once I get her set up, she'll be less of a pain...

cuiq 07-19-2005 09:07 AM

I didn't use the software that was available with those ISP's. I simply used the setup that came linux (i.e. KPP).

However to ease your mind, here is one that google turned up.

And yes they have Camden numbers as well as others for NJ.

Oh and it supports linux.

JaseP 07-19-2005 03:41 PM


That looks like a good one... Nice service wide service area and Linux support... I'll pass that one on to the EX...

trickykid 07-20-2005 09:53 AM

Moved: Not a Linux technical question, belongs in General.

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