High Speed Dial-up Internet Accelerator, Download Accelerator?

Richard Seguin ubuntu at nb.sympatico.ca
Sun May 27 17:15:03 UTC 2007

Dial-up accelerators are generally Windows based... I haven't saw even 1 
for linux yet, and I see a lot of packages


Alfred wrote:
> Hi:
> I'm not making use of Windows at all, and just make use of Ubuntu
> 6.06-1. My Internet provider has this 19 X Download Accelerator, that
> works only in Windows. I had asked them if there was something similar
> for Linux. They put me in touch with the Company that provided that
> software. I e-mailed that company, and never even got a reply. This
> means that my downloads, are so slow that just a small file of a few
> megs can take a whole day. There are lots of drop outs, etc. It does not
> have to be 19 X, but something a bit faster than 30K even though most
> times it says 56K, would be nice. 
> I'm trying to learn some new things, and the Instruction Video's are so
> slow loading, that most of the time I don't get to watch them. Is there
> any Linux or Ubuntu Software that can give Dial-up this functionality,
> to make it faster on 56K? We live about 1.2 KM from a T-1 Line, I've
> looked at several options, but none of them work, only dial-up works.
> Alfred!

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