Subject: Re: macppc -current snapshot CORRECTION
To: email@example.com, Hans-Christian Becker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Henry B. Hotz <email@example.com>
Date: 10/20/2000 16:27:50
Thanks for the more recent snapshot. Thanks for the ls-lR file!
(This is -current like you said, not 1.5alpha, right? Or are they
still the same right now?)
Comparing the ls-lR file with the links there are missing links for:
the four checksum files in the binary/kernel directory, the
binary/sets/xmisc.tgz file, and the installation/boot.fs file.
My web browser did something to the two gzipped kernel files, but
kern.tgz is OK. An FTP connection would be better for this sort of
thing, and I'm sure I can do something to fix the problem.
>At 12:02 PM -0400 10/20/00, Michael Wolfson wrote:
>>At 5:40 PM +0200 10/20/00, Hans-Christian Becker wrote:
>>:)I have put up a snapshot of -current for macppc at
>>:)This is a build using sources from October 19--20.
>>Is there any reason I shouldn't move this to ftp.netbsd.org and the mirrors?
>Yes, please. It's taking forever to download directly. netbsd.org
>has a connection that's at least 10 times faster.
Network weirdness: I got about 39K/sec downloading a single file.
Two at once I got about 36K/sec. 4-5 at once I got 28K/sec. I guess
that says how many tcp streams I was sharing the slowest pipe with?
I sure wish I could do this over a modem to home though. |-\
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