ThinkNIC (http://www.thinknic.com) is advertising it's happy go lucky system for $199... well ok, cool... $199 ain't so hot for an I-Opener like system without LCD you may think... and it's likely a decent deal as it includes a CD ROM and what not... however on review of their site, they indicate use of netzero as the "free" ISP for thinknic... and their product is public domain (linkable off the thinknic site) Linux... this causes me to wonder could someone knowlegable with Linux take a look at how Netzero access is implemented and clone the relevent parts to the I-Opener sandisk image at sourceforge? It'd be interesting to read comments from those who understand Linux well as to how thinknic did this and if it could be cloned into the I-Opener version of Linux
RE:Linux Netzero access .. any Linux guru's out there??? (modified 0 times)
Well you can use netzero as a standard ppp dialup check astalavista for a link to the doc, search for netzero 4.0. it does require using a windows system with netzero installed to get the encrypted password though. Pretty simple process.
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