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Re: redistributing cygwin1.dll

On Tue, May 13, 2003 at 08:27:14PM +0200, Hannu E K Nevalainen (garbage mail) wrote:
>> From: []On Behalf
>> Of Christopher Faylor
>> Sent: Monday, May 12, 2003 7:47 PM
>> Someone chose not to include a 6MB file on their web site or in their
>> ftp area and I'm supposed to do something to help them?  The year is
>> 2003.  6MB is not a lot of space.
> My ISP does supply me with a whopping 10MB of "web space" - so much for
> At school I have 40MB, not much that either.
>Life isn't easy these days... ;-P

Yes, I fully expected this response.

> To get past this, i.e. use your own harddisk and your own server - one has
>to have at least a DSL line and a private IP (which isn't possible
>currently; i.e. all dynamic).
> Hampering with might help with the need for an IP.
> The price tag isn't nice - almost $40 per month for a 250/64 kbit
>down/up-link. (ADSL 2000/400 kbit is $60/month)
>In comparision:
>ISDN is almost $30/month and 128/128 kbit PLUS a time based charge
>(2*$0.02875 per minute daytime, half that in evenings). With this time based
>charge you do not run servers 24/7.
>v92 modem is also possible, with the same time based charge as above
>($0.02875 per minute daytime)

1 minute of google search unearths this:


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