Re: Fedora 4 DVD install image missing?
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On 8/4/05, Bruce Feist <bfeist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Jonathan Berry wrote: > >On 8/4/05, Bruce Feist <bfeist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > >>I went to find the DVD image on the RH Fedora site, but found only CD > >>images. > >> > >If you can, I would suggest that you use Bittorrent instead. > > > Sadly, I don't currently have a Linux system that I can trust to do it, > and I don't know how to use Bittorent under Windows (if it's possible at > all). > > Thanks for the suggestion, though. > It is very possible: http://www.bittorrent.com/ Or you can use the nice Java client, Azureus. http://azureus.sourceforge.net/ Both work just fine with Windows. In fact, that is how I've gotten all of my Fedora DVD isos. Just get the install package, install it, and open the torrent file off the web. You might have to tweak some firewall settings if you have a router. Though, I think with Azureus it just worked last time I downloaded some isos. Jonathan -- amd64-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/amd64-list
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