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Commercial Servers and Internet Service Providers
* @TheCafe, uses Linux for dialup and WWW service.
* 123go!, uses Linux for ISP services in Dallas.
* Advanced Hardware Architectures.
* Advanced Web Topology, Inc. uses Linux to provide ISP services in Chicago. You can also see their * server configuration.
* AleT, an ISP in Italy uses Linux for DNS, WWW, email, IP aliasing and dialup modems.
* Autobahn Internet Services Inc. runs 5 Linux servers hosting 30 virtual domains and 80+ dialup ports, and has been using Linux exclusively since December 1994.
* bayo-net.com, an ISP in France.
* Binary 9, a consortium of computer and WWW developers.
* BlueDot Software, puts trade shows, conferences and seminars on the Web using a distributed system across 3 Linux machines (and one Solaris machine) to serve Web pages and dynamically generate content.
* Brazilian, an ISP in Brazil.
* Carigroup Communications uses Linux WebCubes to run their WWW services in 3 countries.
* cts.richmond.va.us, an ISP
and computer vendor using Linux.
* Conectiva Internet Solutions, a Brazilian ISP uses Linux for Internet and Intranet services, firewalls, and Netware integration.
* Corsica Direct, provides daily news and reports about Corsica on the Web using Linux.
* CyberHighway, an ISP running Linux to provide DNS (64 class C networks and over 400 domains), WWW (230 virtual domains), News, Mail and telnet sessions.
* Cybernet, an ISP in Australia.
* CymruNet, an ISP using Linux for WWW, mail, news and dialup facilities.
* Datamatic Ltd. the second largest computer products distributor in New Zealand uses Linux to run their WWW site.
* DejaNews uses Linux SMP to run their WWW and database servers.
* Destination Internet, an ISP in Canada.
* Digibel, an ISP in Belgium uses Linux exclusively.
* Dogpile, a meta-search engine that searches over 20 WWW, Usenet and FTP search engines is powered by Linux.
* dragonstar.net uses Linux machines for their Internet servers.
* www.drizzle.com, a Seattle-based
Internet BBS and ISP.
* eline.com has 2 Linux boxen serving 15 domains via IP aliasing!
* eastland.net, uses Linux for Mail, WWW and managing Portmasters.
* EMJ Internet uses Linux to provide
WWW hosting for 60+ domains and other ISP services.
* exo.com, an ISP using Linux.
* Extend.net uses Linux for WWW hosting (35 domains), DNS, mail and news.
* Frozenwave Communications, provides
virtual domain hosting services using Linux.
* Globec Internet Services Pty Ltd. uses Linux for all of their Internet services including dialups using Cyclades boards and virtual WWW hosting.
* Global Media Systems, an ISP in Luxembourg.
* Greyhawkes Cyberservices.
* Hex.Net Superhighway, an ISP in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
* i-Connect.Net is an ISP in Oregon and the home of Debian GNU/Linux. It runs 10 Linux servers and has been using Linux exclusively since October 1995.
* Imaginator, uses Linux for WWW service, email and as a Windows and Mac fileserver.
* Internet Server Connections provide Internet services using Red Hat Linux and Apache.
* Illuminati Online.
* Internet Unlimited uses Linux SMP on Pentiums for all of their Internet services, including WWW hosting.
* Internet Zap, and ISP in California runs Debian Linux.
* IMG Mall.
* Interlnk, an ISP in Arkansas, using
Linux exclusively on 13 servers for dialup PPP, DNS, email/News, WWW, and IRC
since late 1995.
* Internet Arena, Inc., an ISP in Oregon.
* KCnet, Inc., an ISP in Kansas City.
* Klondyke's Online Services provides dial up access to South East Michigan and all types of commercial web hosting using Red Hat Linux (and were completely Microsoft free as well until they recently "sold out" and had to distribute Microsoft Internet Explorer as their browser software because of Netscape's hefty licensing fees).
* Klos Technologies, Inc. uses Linux for a WWW/FTP/mail server and router for a class C network.
* Laboratorio de Sistemas Linux.
* Laredo Morning Times, the local newspaper in Laredo, Texas runs Linux and the Apache WWW server.
* Linux Systems Labs.
* Misiones, an ISP in Argentina running over a 32Kbps Satellite link.
* MSI Networks Inc., an ISP in Virginia
runs all services on 3 Linux boxen.
* NekoTech, Inc. runs Internet services using a DEC AlphaStation.
* Net 1 F/X, uses Linux to power a 50 line BBS and ISP.
* NetBytes Internet Ltd.
* North Rim Communications, an ISP in southern Idaho runs exclusively on Linux.
* Online Computer Distribution runs Linux for ALL of their services, including DNS, FTP, shell access, gopher and virtual domain hosting.
* paranoia.com runs exclusively on Linux
* Renaissance Internet Services.
Visit an * entire network powered by Linux.
* shurflo.com, uses Linux as a firewall/router, and for httpd, lpd, remsh, nfsd, ncpfs, and samba services.
* SmartNet Internet Services uses Linux
and Xylogics Annexen to run an ISP.
* Tao Computer Services, a computer consulting firm that uses and supports Linux.
* Tempest Harding Inc. uses Linux for all of their network services, as well as desktop workstation and a network management console.
* Tehachapi Mountain Internet.
* The Link, an Alabama ISP uses Linux for all of their core servers.
* Town Square Access.
* TSCNet Online Services, support 68 dialup lines using Cyclades cards.
* ViperNet Communications.
* virtualBase uses Linux to run their MBS server.
* Wavegate uses Linux exclusively
to run an ISP.
* W.E. Fusco Corporation, an ISP in Clearwater, FL.
* Web Direct, running Linux
exclusively on 7 machines for DNS, mail, POP3, dialup, and WWW (with virtual
Educational and Organizational Servers
The US Army * Aeroballistics Analysis Area runs a Linux WWW server.
* University of Alaska Anchorage Consortium Library.
The Angelo State University * Department of Physics server runs Linux for server and interactive uses.
* Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires runs DNS, mail and a WWW server using Linux.
* CASPUR, the Italian Consortium for Supercomputing Applications.
* Central High School in St. Paul, MN. You can also * IT student's Linux server
at Charles Sturt University in Australia, providing information about the local
area, computing and the Internet.
* University of Cincinnati IEEE Archives, running on a Linux box.
The * US Coast Guard Auxiliary uses Linux for Internet services, including mailing lists.
* Commission Scolaire de Normandin.
* CricInfo, the home of Cricket on
* Damien Memorial High School, in Honolulu uses Linux for various services.
* Emory & Henry College
* ennui.net, runs 3 Linux boxen for DNS, WWW and email.
* Exploring Ancient World Cultures, and a * Web crawler and search engine
both running at the University of Evansville.
* Ferret World.
* FLORA Community WEB in Ottawa,
Canada runs a series of Linux machines.
Fullerton University's Web server serves the
* School of Natural Science and Mathematics
, the * Departments of Chemistry and Bioc
hemistry, the * Department of Geologica
l Sciences and the * Department of Mathematics all in one Linux box.
* Institute of Oceanography at the University of Gdansk runs Linux for WWW, SMB and email services as well as for MatLab.
* GASS s.a.s. di Grampa M. e Taglioretti R. & C., in Italy.
The University of Georgia Libraries runs
a Gopher/HTTP server running on a Linux system.
* http://www.HCIS-10.TU-Berlin.DE, serving information for HCIS-10, the International Conference on
Nonequilibrium Carrier Dynamics in Semiconductors, Berlin 1997.
* Hostos Community College, uses Linux for running NCSA httpd, and for Kerberos.
The * City of Houston, Texas, USA,
also known as * http://government.employees.can.have.fun.too.ci.houston.tx.us.
* Indian Institute of Management, India.
* Ivanovo Power Energy University in Russia uses Linux for routing and Internet services.
* NKF, the Scientific Association of
Physics Students of the Jagellonian University of Cracow own and operate a
server running Linux.
* JRC Service/Net-Lab.
* ULYSSIS at Catholic University Leuven runs Intel and SPARC Linux on their machines.
* Lava Systems 97, a supercomputer project, at Bob Jones High School in Madison, Alabama.
* Liege On Line, the province of
Liege in Belgium.
* linux.netline.be, the Linux Belgian
Team site running Linux with Apache SSL.
* McKinley Sr. High School, Baton Rouge, LA.
The * McMaster Student Affairs server hosts 9000 pages and a search engine, too.
* Moraine Valley Community College, uses Linux to teach Unix and interoperability classes.
* Homepage afdeling Engineering.
The * School of Management and Technology at National University, San Diego uses Linux for Telecommunications classes. They teach TCP/IP and it's protocols (DNS, HTTP, SMTP, etc), LAN/WAN networking, security concepts, and network performance and analysis all using Linux.
A Linux box at UNM, hosting
* http://kappasig.phys.unm.edu and
* North Battleford Comprehensive High School, is using several Linux machines for multi-protocol routing, student access, mail and web service.
* State of Oklahoma, USA.
* pimpz.org provides various
network services with a Linux box.
* CSLN Linux Web Server at Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
* queer.org.au, uses Linux running on a SPARCstation to provide webspace for the * Australian Queer Resources Directory, the Australian Student Christian Movement, the Australian Good Tranny Guide, net.queers, and a whole heap of other queer resources.
The University of Redlands has two student-built-and-operated Linux systems
for general usage running at
* http://ebhon.jnst.uor.edu and
* Sidney Sussex College one of the
colleges of the University of Cambridge.
* S.V. Regional College of Engineering and Technology in India uses Linux machines for NIS, DNS, WWW and email services.
The * Departments of Informatics and the * Otto Herman Student Hostal at the University of Szeged, Hungary are both powered by Red Hat Linux.
* Taylor University's WWW server and
the * Computer Science department server
both run Linux.
* Tennessee Education Network.
A machine at * Texas A&M University, hosting 3 sites with IP aliasing.
* Thomas Jefferson School, running on a 386!
* WebSharX, serving information for
the graphics community.
* Western Carolina University, uses Linux to run 3 servers and a lab full of terminals.
A Linux machine at the * Institute of Technical Cybernetics at Wroclaw Technical University, Poland.
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Last Modified: 26 March, 1997 by Greg Hankins