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Do you know free ISP that can run on Linux?

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Do you know free ISP that can run on Linux?

When i run "startx", it will automatically show web browser and file manager.  I would like to delete short cut key.  How can I delete short cut key from startup?

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I have heard that www.freewwweb.com will allow you to connect from Linux.
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