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    Does Localnet work for Linux


    If so how
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    Could you pls be a bit more explicit?
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    I mean can you have localnet setp to use it on Ubuntu 5.10
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    Re:Localnet connectivity

    I have been using Fedora 5, Debian, Ubuntu and SuSE for years
    with Localnet as ISP. It is very easy to use kppp to set up
    your modem with Ubuntu. Kppp has a step where one communicates
    with the modem to check if all is OK.

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