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From: Jeremy Brand, B.S. <jeremy@ni...> - 2003-04-12 04:16:19
I have a pristine redhat 9 server install image that I
would like to donate to the FILES download page.
I have a relatively slow upload speed (129kbit) - that's
why I'm not posting a URL.
Can someone that works on the project let me know how they
want me to get this image to them? I'm thinking maybe ftp
to incoming.sf.net, or something similar, but I want to
"Prediction is very difficult, especially of the future."
From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ka...> - 2003-04-13 20:35:28
> Can someone that works on the project let me know how they want me to
> get this image to them?
Give me (privately, to preserve your precious bandwidth :-) an URL, and
I'll grab it and make it available on the UML site.
Jeff Dike <jdike@...> wrote:
>> Can someone that works on the project let me know how they want me to
>> get this image to them?
JD> Give me (privately, to preserve your precious bandwidth :-) an URL, and
JD> I'll grab it and make it available on the UML site.
BTW, I uploaded rh8 server and rh9 server images (with all the updates that were
available at the time) plus development stuff installed (gcc and stuff) to
David Coulson, so you can just ask him. My images are devfs-oriented and stuff, so
default uml kernels from your site would work without extra command-line switches.
That would save someone some precious bandwidth, I guess.