Subject: Re: What am I supposed to do with usr.sbin/config ?
To: David Laight , <email@example.com>
From: Richard Rauch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/29/2002 23:53:16
...hm. When I was using a dialup account, I never had problems getting
NetBSD .tar.gz files. It took a while, but my ISP wouldn't kick me off.
Maybe ISP's run a different game, now. Or maybe the small-time, local
ISP's in Kansas City were just cool. (^& (Now, I've got DSL via an RBOC.
DSL is nice. I can't say that I'd recommend using a big ISP though, and
may try to switch off of mine after my year is up.)
If you can't download big files due to a screwey ISP, you might consider
getting someone to send you a CD. Bob Nestor, I think, was quite happy to
burn sources onto CD's (see Bob's Budget CD's). Probably Wasabi would,
too. Or ask a friend with a CD-burner and a fast feed.
Like Steve Miller said, ``There's a solution...''
``I probably don't know what I'm talking about.'' --email@example.com