Ftp.Linuxberg.com: ISO section revealed
Sep 10, 1999, 05:03 (27 Talkback[s])
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[ Rob Kennedy writes:
It seems that the world needs a place that is a depository for
Linux ISO images. Look no further... Linuxberg to the rescue!
An ISO image is a cdrom image that you can download, and either
mount via nfs to install from it, or burn it to a cdrom.
We obtained most of these images from Linuxcentral.com, so if these
are helpful to you.. make sure you let them know.
Here is the address:
The distributions we have at the moment are as follows:
Debian 2.1 r2 (two images)
Caldera 2.2 (2.3 on the way)
All of these have an md5 checksum file in their directories.. if
you want to make sure that you got the whole file, do this:
and see if your string of numbers matches with the numbers in the