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hEgelia - Hermes is part of DialUp or NetFetch - you have to buy either of those programs. If you don't like the idea of paying for those speciifc programs, think of Hermes coming with "free" NetFetch or "free" DialUp. Having said that, both dialup and netfetch achieve things that the individual components don't do alone, so really there's very few reasons not to use the software as is. Except that some users just like to be "different"!

 is a RISC OS Userarawnsley on 27/1/05 5:33PM
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