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Satellite Internet and Linux
Caldera
Posted by CmdrTaco on Tue Apr 07, '98 05:08 AM
from the dream-come-true dept.
Shane McLaughlin writes " Caldera have announced an OEM agreement with Helius to provide an OpenLinux server with a high-speed, satellite-based Internet LAN link. Rather cool, methinks." Caldera's OEM agreement with Helius will allow Linux to support speeds up to 3MPS- but you still need another pipe for outgoing traffic. Even so I agree, this is rather cool.

 

 
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