ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Wed Jun 15 18:46:30 CDT 2005
> On Tue, 2005-06-14 at 13:29 -0500, Ronald Wayne wrote:
> > Bah, don't let that serve as an excuse. All three of those processors
> > have been added to the list.
> On the Endurance thing, how would you score connecting to a modern
> machine via a vintage computer running a terminal program?
That bothered me as well...
AFAIK no ISP uses vintage hardware. So you're going to be connecting to
some modern machine.
What is the difference between :
1) Using a classic to connect to an ISP that allows shell/UUCP access
(with a non-classic at the ISP end), which then speaks TCP/IP to the rest
of the world
2) Using a classic to connect to a modern machine that _you own_ using
UUCP, and then having your non-clasic talk TCP/IP to an ISP (say using
PPP) and thence to the rest of the world
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