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Welcome to Joe Greco's Home Page at sol.net Network Services.
Never put off until tomorrow something that you can get out of doing
I run Solaria Public Access UNIX
, a free public
access system, primarily serving the southeastern Wisconsin region. Solaria
offers shell level access on a network of Sun workstations and FreeBSD
systems, Usenet news, electronic mail, etc.
Click here for more information on Solaria and sol.net.
Click here for a list of other services available in the region, courtesy of UWM.
I spend a lot of my free time (of which I generally have very little) working with a 386-based variant of Berkeley
UNIX known as FreeBSD
is a freely available, full source 4.3 (+4.4 enhancements) BSD
release for Intel i386/i486 (or compatible) based PC's. It is based
heavily on Bill Jolitz's 386BSD 0.1, with additions from "the patchkit",
NetBSD, CSRG, and the Free Software Foundation.
Click here for more information on
Due to popular demand, I will soon have an INN
page, describing some of my various INN discoveries, etc
for information on some of my
interests and hobbies. Click here
for links to
some other neat and much more interesting places. If you're really bored,
have a color display device, and want to see a great way to waste disk space,
you can go look at some pictures I've taken on
Data: (262) 789-4620
P.O. Box 16
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0016
Computers run on smoke: when the smoke comes out, they stop running
- Tony Podrasky <email@example.com>