I was thinking about starting about a project like this the other day, then when trying to find gnustep (which seems to be down at the moment) I found this! The only problem is that I'm getting transfer rates of 8 kb/s on roadrunner. The estimated time is 6 hours, and I normally download iso's in under 1 hour. Am I doing something wrong?
Usually the DL speeds at sourceforge are very fast, I get 50KB/s regularly. Perhaps you should try sometime later today?
I'm a newbie on ISO images, and can you please advice me how to transfer ISO images to CDs. Any software and hardware I need? CD-R drive is the only one I know to do that, but how?
Thank you very much!
What type of computer/OS are you using?
also note that SGSTEP is in major overhaul mode and the install disc you want to DL is not exactly first-rate and may frustrate you.
Could you send me a link from where I could
From what the webpage said, this should be a cool thing(graphical boot up, etc..).
I have been wanting to create or find something similar to nextstep/openstep, that is more than just windowmaker.
SimplyGNUstep is now Debian based.
Until we have our own install disc what you do is install a Debian "Sarge" distro.
You can (soon) get that disc image at http://gluck.debian.org/cdimage/testing/netinst/
The server is down right now though.
When the install is done, you need to manually set up the repository source to DL the packages.
I will gladly help you when you get to that point.
See http://www.google.com/url?sa=U&start=1&q=http://www.osnews.com/story.php%3Fnews_id%3D4818&e=7415 for more info
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