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9.2 ISOs

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My server's currently in the process of mirroring a mandrake FTP's cooker packages - tommorrow when it's done I plan to build ISOs from it - would anyone like me to put the isos up on bittorrent ? I easily can if there's any demand. If anyone does want them, I'll put extra care into making sure they work and everything :)

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yeah I wouldn't mind snaggin em but bittorent is generally slow for me for some reason..I mirrored the cooker tree but can't seem to get the iso's to make properly following their directions using the MakeCD script..

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yeah I wouldn't mind snaggin em but bittorent is generally slow for me for some reason..I mirrored the cooker tree but can't seem to get the iso's to make properly following their directions using the MakeCD script..

 

Check some bittorrent faq - if you're behind a firewall or NAT, then bittorrent will be extremely slow, because it can't make all of the connections it needs - and of the good bittorrent faqs will tell you wnat ports to open and how to do it

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Im sure lots of people here would love you to do that. 8)

 

I'll do anything for love :D

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I'm trying for tommorrow, that is if the mirroring is done in time. I've had to restart the mirrorring process several times due to various errors on my part (or the server I was connected to). Sorry about all the delays. As of now, I've found a fairly reliable FTP to mirror from, and it's running now.

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Guest psyco666

where are the ISOS?!?? Please i VERY need these isos.....

 

Bye.

Psyco666 - Stefano

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As of now, I've found a fairly reliable FTP to mirror from, and it's running now.

Don't ya just hate being teased like that. :lol:

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I'm working on it.. please be patient, as I've been having some difficulties, but you will get them. I've got everything except for RPMS2 and RPMS3 mirrored now, RPMS2 is running now.

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Why not???--->Mandrakes 9.2rc2 iso's then update w/cooker? Same download time either way.....same sys, eh? :wink:

 

Don't get me wrong......it's a very generous offer, and it is a little more convenient :)

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mirroring is finished, right now I'm working on actually making the isos. Expect them in a few hours, as I'm working on several other big projects for school while working on the isos. (I got a huge book report and I have to write a book - haven't even started the book yet - their both due Tuesday)

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