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    Quote Originally Posted by sukesh
    Browsers are available free with most of the Magazine CD's.
    OK, that's true

    But... do people really read magazines printed on paper in today's world?
    (Just trying to be funny)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jofa
    But... do these people have the latest version of Mozilla? [img]images/smilies/wink.gif[/img]

    Not so fast connection ⇒ will not download 13 MB ?
    Your HTTP servers allow you to download specific range of bytes for a file. In other words, you can "resume" your "broken" downloads. There is an entire breed of software called Download Managers. These people can download a < 2 MB download manager to safely download > 200 MB files

    And yes, RedHat Linux 9.0 comes with Mozilla 1.2.1. My earlier post was from Linux. Right now, I am posting through Internet Explorer 6.0 on Windows Server 2003.

    But one thing never goes good for me. A slow dial up connection. Even cable connections (here) are not fast enough - 64 kbps is the only thing I can afford. What else can you expect in a country where 2 mbps of bandwidth costs $6000 USD.

    Btw, Thanks M. Johansson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umair.ms
    ... a country where 2 mbps of bandwidth costs $6000 USD.

    Didn't notice "Location: Lahore, Pakistan" until now
    Learn something new everyday about living conditions in different parts of the world...


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    Yeah, a slow Internet connection is a lot like not having running water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
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    Yes, that is true.
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    Its far better here in India ( Bangalore ), USD14 per month only, for 64kbps 24hr cable modem connection...!
    thnX n Rgds
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    Well, there is only one cable internet provider here so far (no KaZaA - who listens to FBI more than Pakistan ):

    64 kbps - Rs. 1200 - $21
    128 kbps - Rs. 2000 - $35
    256 kbps - Rs. 4000 - $70

    Not bad enough. But DSLs, dedicated and colocation services are much more expensive. For example, DSL with 4 GB traffic (both ways) limit is Rs. 7,200 - $126.

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    Sorry. I guess I am deviating from the topic.

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    XML/XSLT driven Website

    I was wondering if there is a working version of XML/XSLT driven Website. Looks like the source code is missing several files like the webconfig


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