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Re: Organizing for 6.2

> On Sun, 13 Feb 2000, JF Martinez wrote:
> > If we skip 6.1 (but this seems general consensus) then we have a
> > problem because both RG Mayhue and me are band width starved so we
> > would need respectively an american and a european user providing a CD
> > Rom in order we can see the future 6.2 in action and check our work
> > against it.
> I've got a Cable Modem and access to a CD Writer, so I'd be able to burn a
> CD for a few people in Europe. I've got a few CDs lying 'round, so
> depending on postage I can probably do Jean one FOC, but if I'm doing any
> others, I'd have to ask for some money towards costs (postage and CDs).
> Is it the /pub/redhat-6.2beta/ you want burned? If anyone can suggest a
> reliable mirror (I often get errors while connecting to ftp.redhat.com,
> what's mirror.ac.uk like?), I can wget it tonight, and burn it tommorrow,
> and assuming no problems, it'll ship on Weds. 

Yes it is 6.2 beta.  I tend to use fr.rpmfind.net but at times its US
counterpart (at MIT) is faster for me than its french mirror.  One
very good british site is or was Imperial College and I am pretty
sure it mirrors RedHat but the only thing I remember of its address is
thzat it ends with ic.ac.uk.  It is probably listed at the redhat web

			Jean Francois Martinez

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