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some cool oops

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all i can say is WOW

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it's $10 a month? i am just a little too stingy to pay that, but i REALLY want it!
looks god, how do they work it?

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It's basically Red Hat with a vnc server running (times 10,000). If you had cable/dsl you could do the same thing to your own machine.

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yes and it comes up in a java applett thing so you just use your browser

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that really kicks bahookie!

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pretty slick

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That is pretty neat. It looks like it gives users a chanace to run some linux without running linux.
i would like to set something up like that just to try it out.
10 bucks??? whatever happend to free?

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Somebody's gotta pay for the bandwidth...

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