Subject: New Anoncvs, CVSWEB, WWW and FTP Mirror.
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Feico Dillema <email@example.com>
Date: 10/22/1999 18:13:46
I am pleased to announce a new mirror site in Norway for netbsd.org.
It is well-connected to both the regular IP Internet and the
experimental IPv6 6bone, and should be able to provide fast service
to a large part of the world (both in and outside Europe).
The services we currently mirror are listed below. In the near future
we may add services like rsync, CTM, CVSup access to CVS if there is
a demand for such services (so drop me a line if you're interested
in a particular missing service to move it up on our todo list).
Hope to see you pop up in our logfiles soon...
services: www, ftp, anoncvs and cvsweb mirror over IP and IPv6 (6bone)
bandwidth: 10 Mbs IPv4 and dedicated 10Mbs to 6bone
server: 450 Mhz Pentium-III, 256 MB memory, 18 GB diskspace,
additional 18 GB mounted over NFS from storage server.
OS: Powered by NetBSD with integrated Kame IPv6 stack.
location: Tromsų, Norway.
organisation: Institutt for Informatikk, Universitetet i Tromsų
*** Logical Location Info:
http://cvsweb.no.netbsd.org (includes pkgsrc and xsrc)
firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot (local patch merging seems to work too).
*** Usage Info:
Anonymous CVS to NetBSD Source Tree
To use anonymous CVS, install a recent version of CVS and SSH on
your local machine. Use for example the devel/cvs and security/ssh
entry from the NetBSD package system.
Then set your CVSROOT and CVS_RSH environment variables to the
Finally, make an entry in your ~/.ssh/config file like: