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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:
ftp://ftp.linuxberg.com/pub/ISO/

The distributions we have at the moment are as follows:
Redhat 6.0
SuSE 6.2
Slackware 4.0
Debian 2.1 r2 (two images)
Caldera 2.2 (2.3 on the way)
Mandrake 6.0-2

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:
md5sum isofile
and see if your string of numbers matches with the numbers in the file.

Thanks,

Rob