Is it possible to run AOL 9 broadband on Linux?If so, are there any problems to be aware of?
AOL do not support Linux so presumably the answer is "no".
Having said that - AOL software may not run under Linux.....But that shouldn't stop you using the web normally, and even getting into your AOL mails or using AM.You just won't have the AOL front-end in your system. You don't need it though.
Since you (obviously) cannot install the software I don't see how you can become an AOL subscriber.
He may already be a subscriber. I've met several people who do just what he's asking about.
I run AOL broadband on a linux computer with no problems at all
I sometimes use Linux with AOL broadband.Providing you are using a router and don't want the AOL software (which you don't need) there is know problem.
Know = should be no.
Data is data no matter who the provider is. To say you can't is nonsense.As it happens, I recently changed to o2 and they too don't support Linux, but my Debian Linux machine I'm typing this post on is completely unaware and couldn't care less.The real secret of Internet connection success with Linux is as already pointed out by ton; use a modem/router and then it's a non-event.
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