[sf-lug] ISPs that are good for Linux

jason stone jasonstone at gmail.com
Tue Jan 27 21:30:57 PST 2009

I second sonic.net.  Their support is professional and local.  I have
had no problems with their service.

If you decide upon DSL, I would recommend finding out how far your
home is from the CO.  The highest possible speed drops as the distance
from the CO increases.  You can get such a report from dslreports.com

On 1/27/09, Asheesh Laroia <asheesh at asheesh.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Jan 2009, Christian Einfeldt wrote:
>  > Any recommendations as to which ISPs are good for Linux in Berkeley?  I am
>  > helping someone with a Xubuntu box.  He is a relatively simple end user.
> Cable modems and dial-up ISPs are easier to configure than the PPPoE that
>  DSL uses, but it's all pretty easy if you use a router box between you and
>  the Internet.
>  -- Asheesh.
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