Subject: Re: NetBSD 3.0 restore CD
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Janko Knops <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/03/2006 22:42:04
Claudio Leiva S schreef:
> I just finish with the download, I put the files on.
> Please post in the group.
> Claudio Leiva S.
> Las Vegas, Nevada.
> (Powered by NetBSD for Cobalt)
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Rowdy" <email@example.com>
>> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>
>> Cc: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Sent: Tuesday, January 03, 2006 2:05 AM
>> Subject: NetBSD 3.0 restore CD
>>> You have both kindly offered to host the 3.0 restore CD, and I am
>>> pleased to say that, with Daniel's help in testing and hosting, the
>>> file is now available.
>>> It took just over 3 hours for Daniel to grab it from my server, but
>>> he is now hosting it at the following sites, and you should be able
>>> to grab a copy much faster from one of those:
>>> Daniel has identified a possible rare RAIDframe issue that was
>>> present in the 2.0 restore CD, but affects a minority of users, and
>>> also reported that on at least some of his Raqs after install and
>>> after reboot they were unable to grab an IP address from DHCP, and
>>> the LCD showed "Unknown Host" and "[0.0.0.0]", requiring login via
>>> the serial port to complete the installation. I did not have that
>>> problem with my Qube 2. He has also reported that paneld still
>>> occupies an inordinate amount of CPU resource - the historical
>>> recommendation to disable it still stands.
>>> The file is a .tgz containing the ISO, a MD5, a readme, and the
>>> GENERIC and INSTALL kernel config files. I compiled the boot loader
>>> from the 3.0 sources, and everything else, including kernels, comes
>>> straight from the official NetBSD 3.0 release.
>>> If it is still ok, could you both grab a copy of the file, put it on
>>> your servers, and let me know the address where they are, then I
>>> will post an announcement to the newsgroup.
>>> Thankyou again for you help, suggestions and hosting offers.
I'm grabbing the dir and will host a mirror as soon as all the files are
stored on my server (have about 80 / 100 K/s upload and can maybe also
arrange a 100mbit server to mirror, have to check on how much traffic I
have left on that one).