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Linux for Public Service

Dan Hollis Issue #13, May 1995 JCICNet, an Internet Services Provider, uses Linux to serve its customers. Here’s why. I’m the system administrator for JCICNet, an Internet Service Provider (ISP) that provides public access Internet services for Southern Oregon. This article explains why we use Linux and describes some of our experiences with it as an ISP. These days, one ...

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