|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] Suse 8.0 disks for installfest
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Subject: [hangout] Suse 8.0 disks for installfest
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 23:15:18 -0500
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I have the SUSE 8.0 disks that I borrowed a while back. I doubt I'll be able
to make the installfest. I planned on burning copies, but ran out of disks,
and then things came up.
I am going to make the iso images available for download/burning by NYLXS
board members. There are 7 images. I'll email the link after I'm sure which
server I'm going to use. I'll probably know the correct ip/url within the
next few hours, I'll email it then. (I USED DD to make the images. IF THIS
IS INCORRECT, LET ME KNOW NOW AND I'LL DO IT OVER.)
The upload speed from the server to the internet is about 130K, so if you are
going to download the images, it's going to take some time. Work out who is
going to do this, because it's going to slow my connection until completed,
and two simultaneous downloads will really slow my connection down.
If Ruben, Michael, or anyone else wants the original disks for the installfest
(next Tuesday?), I can mail them express mail tomorrow to Ruben's or
Michael's or whomever's address.
If you want the disks mailed:
I need the exact address of whom to mail them to, including
whose/department/phone number to put it to attention to if going to a
business or office. If going to a home, make sure someone will be home to
accept the delivery, or you may miss receiving them by Monday, or will have
to go to the shipping company/post office to pick them up.
Due to my schedule tomorrow, I'll probably only be able to send them via US
Postal Service/Express Mail. There is an express mail shipper drop box
outside the post office. It is either UPS or Fedex (don't remember which).
If you would like it shipped using that method, let me know.
New Yorker Free Software Users Scene
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