I don't have ISP, I use T1, the local network I'm on is direct to the internet. I can type in www.cnn.com and it can go where it go quickly without a problem. The same goes for news.php.net Newsgroup.
"Miguel Cruz" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... > On Thu, 11 Jul 2002, Scott Fletcher wrote: > > Are you sure these newsgroup work? I tried subscribing to it and got a > > response saying newsgroup server could not be found. I didn't have that > > problem with PHP Newsgroup or mozilla.org Newsgroup. > > > > --clip-- > > comp.os.linux.admin > > comp.os.linux.misc > > comp.os.linux.advocacy > > comp.os.linux.network > > comp.os.linux.alpha > > comp.os.linux.networking > > comp.os.linux.announce > > comp.os.linux.portable > > comp.os.linux.answers > > comp.os.linux.powerpc > > comp.os.linux.development.apps > > comp.os.linux.development.system > > comp.os.linux.questions > > comp.os.linux.embedded > > comp.os.linux.redhat > > comp.os.linux.hardware > > comp.os.linux.security > > comp.os.linux.help > > comp.os.linux.setup > > comp.os.linux.m68k > > comp.os.linux.x > > Yes, they all definitely work. Remember that different news servers carry > different newsgroups. Your ISP should be running a news server that > carries all of the above-listed groups, though, as they're in the main > hierarchy. Just ask your ISP for the name of its news server. > > Alternatively, you can read them all in groups.google.com, though they're > about 12 hours behind. > > miguel > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php