Re: Test CDs.
On Wed, 8 Dec 1999, Tyson Dowd wrote:
>On 08-Dec-1999, Steve McIntyre <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I've also been selling potato CDs for the last couple of months: 4 pounds
>> per CD normally, discount for developers, anywhere in Europe.
>I was under the impression from your site that these were simply copies
>of the mirror, that is, the discs are not bootable or installable, and
>contain links to stable. Also given that it is specified as a set of 2
>CDs with binary and source, I thought it was way out of date (as it is
>3 binary discs and at least 2 source).
*blush* I should update the web page... So far I'm supplying complete sets
including non-free and non-US, and that makes them 4 CDs for i386 and 4
CDs for source recently. So far I don't believe they are installable
standalone, but they work fine for upgrading slink systems as yet.
I should thank Raphael again - YACS is very good.
>If this is wrong, well, I wish I had known sooner!
Steve McIntyre, Allstor Software firstname.lastname@example.org
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