Homechoice: Unsupported Operating Systems

How do I connect to Homechoice using Freesco?

Freesco is a version of Linux designed to run from a single floppy disk only.

That's right, no hard disk necessary, all you need is an old underpowered computer with some minimal amount of memory and a network card, and you can use it as a router for sharing your homechoice connection.

The files you need can be downloaded from here or the newsgroup homechoice.binaries

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Ed, Sun Feb 10 10:06:37 2002