btw: does anyone know where I can get hold of the latest NetBSD i386
distribution on CDROM.
(In other words, mail me if you want one)
Sean Berry is an ISTJ cellist who plays with netbsd. What good is a soul
I imagine someone is likely to misinterpret without fire to feed it?
my opinions as those of my various employers. This is not the case.
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>There's a disc called 'Gateway! Vol. 2' which contains the complete
>release of NetBSD V1.1, as well as binaries for Xfree86. The CD's about
>20,- DM (<~US12$).
: There's a disc called 'Gateway! Vol. 2' which contains the complete
: release of NetBSD V1.1, as well as binaries for Xfree86. The CD's about
: 20,- DM (<~US12$).
: =============== Hubert Feyrer ============================================
: Weekdays: Rennerstr. 19, D-93053 Regensburg, Tel. 0941/943-2905
: Weekends: Bachstr. 40, D-84066 Mallersdorf, Tel. 08772/6084
I was going to download RedHat 7.0. But since it's a long download. I
want to make sure I download what is the best. I see that there are
three types of ISO's:
Which one do you guys recommend? I want the most updated one. Would
that be the "ja's" or the "respin's."