Re: what is being done to address the RHN/download problems?
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On Tue, 2003-04-01 at 10:31, Tom Georgoulias wrote: > Neil Marjoram wrote: > > >What I meant was, find someone with a faster connection that you can > >download from (if you have to). > > I don't know anyone else with a faster connection and Bit Torrent isn't > an option, so I have to stick with RHN until I know better. :( Why do you dimiss BitTorrent as "not an option"? It runs on any platform, since it's python based, plus has a Windows version. It will work behind most any firewall (you don't really have to open the port, it just helps). If you're concerned about authenticity, just be sure to check the MD5sums against a trusted source (don't use the file that comes with the BitTorrent download!). You can also check the RPM packages themselves with Red Hat's public GPG key. --Jeremy -- /=====================================================================\ | Jeremy Portzer jeremyp@xxxxxxxxx trilug.org/~jeremy | | GPG Fingerprint: 712D 77C7 AB2D 2130 989F E135 6F9F F7BC CC1A 7B92 | \=====================================================================/
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