www.knoppix.net and maybe one day "FreeBSDCDR?"

Daniela dgw at liwest.at
Mon Dec 22 03:46:43 PST 2003

On Monday 22 December 2003 02:05, Julian H. Stacey wrote:
> > I currently have no hosting for the project, so I'm doing everything
> > alone, but I'd really like to get other people involved as well.
> Daniela,
> What hosting do you need ?  I have hosts running FreeBSD 4.x & 5.x,
> & majordomo & http & ftp, & enough space on one box, & could run a
> CVS server too. Mail & sources no problem, but ...
> I don't have lots of gigabyte per month transfer quota, so being
> an ISO repository is not viable.  Universities are good bases for
> storing ISO masters on FTP, one near me could do that, but I would
> Not want to be pushing regular master ISO images from my servers
> to a Uni.  Better use a seperate flat rate DSL + home based build
> engine direct to a Uni. to upload ISO s dor distribution.

Would be a great idea. I won't need much space for the shellscripts, they need 
less than 1M total.

> Disclaimer:
>   I've also mastered bootable FreeBSD CDROMs for a couple of years,
>   not released, but there's a CDROM announce list already on
>   majordomo at berklix.com, I can't talk about it now, except to say
>   subscription is available, & an announcement will be made to that
>   list some time.  But I've no problem creating you a list too.
> Mail or phone if you want,  http://berklix.com/~jhs/phone/
> -
> Julian Stacey.   Munich Unix C & Net Services Consultant. 
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