internet access from FreeBSD
modulok at gmail.com
Tue Sep 22 10:52:50 UTC 2009
>> Is there a later copy
Not that I'm aware of.
>> I searched my copy for the word "internet" and couldn't find it.
Weird. Did you try "Internet"?
>> Can I access the internet with a currently gettable copy of FreeBSD
If I understand correctly, you're asking if you can use FreeBSD to
access the Internet? If so...yes. Any version will do! If you're
referring to using a web browser and such, then you'll have to install
those yourself, but it's not difficult.
>> Since I get my mail via juno , can I access them nicely from FreeBSD or do I need something to interface to it...
I have no experience with this 'juno', so I can't help there. Perhaps
others will have further advice.
On 9/22/09, gs_stoller at juno.com <gs_stoller at juno.com> wrote:
> I have a copy of Greg Lehey's online "book" about FreeBSD, but
> I believe it is from February 2006. Is there a later copy, and if so, where
> can I find a copy (URL please)? I searched my copy for the word "internet"
> and couldn't find it. I did access the internet with a take-off copy of
> FreeBSD, but I don't have access to it any more. Can I access the internet
> with a currently gettable copy of FreeBSD, and if so, for what versions is
> that true (my personal version is old, but it works well so I never
> upgraded)? Since I get my mail via juno , can I access them nicely from
> FreeBSD or do I need something to interface to it and present me with my
> mailbox, listing the items in it and telling me the usual stuff about
> envelop mail (sender, subject, when received)?
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