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Question:     I am looking for a Sun Solaris system with Sparcworks  C++ development environment. I do not mean to buy one now. But I'd like to have a account on that system to do development. I am in Toronto, Canada. I need the information that who provide this kind of service.
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www.thelist.com contains a list of ISPs all over the US.  You can
use that list as a starting place to call around and find someone who might be able to give you the kind of account you need.
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