Subject: Re: 1.6.2 and 2.0 restore CDs
To: Alex Pelts <email@example.com>
From: Daniel Ouellet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/04/2005 13:51:48
Alex Pelts wrote:
> As promised I made 1.6.2 and 2.0 restore cds by replacing sets and
> kernels on 1.6.1 cd. Both CDs are booting on my laptop and I have not
> tested them further. I do not see the reason why they will not work but
> anything is possible.
I can test them and let you know if they worked or not.
> I am compiling python and getting bittorrent installed so I can
> distribute them. Unfortunately I dont have a place to host them and will
> need my connection available for UT playing.
> If anyone can host the images please contact me so we can arrange transfer.
I have a good place for them as well should you want me to. No problem
what so ever for it. No bittorrent however, but I sure can make the file
available for download.
> I cant promise that they work but I can promise that they do not contain
> any trojans and so on. All the checksums included so you can verify that
> all of the files are original. The only not original file is 1.6.2
> kernel on one of the CDs. It is a custom kernel that I use on my qube.
We can always test to see if this worked.
> I will post another message as soon as I have torrents up, which
> probably will be tonight. Too bad I could not just upload things on
> netbsd ftp site. Or maybe I can ? Anyone from NtBSD team are willing to
> enlighten me ?
If you just need to distribute them. If you have the file available
anywhere, I can grab via ftp, or right on a web page, then find it a
place and make it available. No problem should you decide to go that path.