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OT: query on

On 8/17/05, Bob BLU <blu at> wrote:
> At 05:08 AM 8/17/2005, Scott Ehrlich wrote:
> >Some people have mentioned backup dialup capability.   For this, I have
> >found to be reliable and cheap.
> Thanks. That question was on the tip of my keyboard. Do they offer shell access?
> I think some broadband ISPs offer dial-in as a second method of access.

What you could also do:

- build a UNIX box at home and use the dialup account to access your
system whenever you want (not that the UNIX box need be on a modem,
but with direct Internet connectivity, your dialup connection could
let you remotely access it whenever you want)


- check out   Not sure of your level of need for
UNIX tools, but it is an option.


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