Has anyone been able to get AOL to fit on just the DOC? I would like to make this into an "AOL Appliance" but so far it haven't gotten it to fit. I know AOL sucks and is horribly over priced, but I get it for $3/month because I have a relative that works for Mercedes...and they give it to their employee's...
I really really hate AOL and I do not use their software for anything other than connecting. Its hard to beat at $3/month. I really really want to get some kind of broadband, but nothing is available to me. AT&T keeps taunting me with flyers on my door and in my mailbox saying that cable internet will be available within the next 30 days, they have been saying that since May...the BASTARDS....
I think this is a legit issue. My father uses AOL and I'd like to give him a WP. In his day he was an incredible FORTRAN programmer. But now, there is no way he is going to switch to another ISP. The problem is that the installer program by itself is 40 Mb so the actual installed program certainly won't fit on the DOC.
I used the win98 lite ie5.0 image and installed AOL from a CD over the network. I then pulled it from the network and used AOL to dial up with no problems. Like i said you will only have a few MB left on the doc when you are done, that sorta sucks... but if you poke around the DoC there are files you can delete to squeeze a few more MB outta the DoC.
I used the AOL 7.0 cd and just ran the install..... I don't know how it but, it picked the 3.0 install and it worked. I think I saved the doc image on one of my pc's....( i think )... any other questions???chubbs
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