Re: advertise non-free software on debian
--On March 1, 2009 11:46:33 AM +0100 Michelle Konzack
Am 2009-03-01 13:15:05, schrieb Ne01eX:
On this page I found the advertisement non-free software. This is a
http://www.getright.com/. This is not free software, mention of which
can be found on page http://www.debian.org/CD/http-ftp/.
And HOW do you thing could Windows User geting in touch with Debian?
FreeDownloadManager does not work on all systems, which mean, it is
highly acceptabel to advertise a NON-FREE dowanloadmanager, which works
on all versions of windows like 95, 95, ME, 2000, 2003, XP and Vista.
I have counted OVER 160 different downloadmanager for Windows, but NONE
of them download correctly 4.2 GByte DVD-Images.
Under Debian GNU/Linux I evan have no problems downloading DVD 9/20 or
BlueRay 25/50 images.
Sometimes you HAVE to do a compromise.
yup I have to agree, the state of Windows download managers is pretty
abysmal, and I'm pretty sure GR still has a free trial. It's been quite a
while since I've had issues with large files on Linux (well, even unixes in
So, to the original poster, if you can suggest a free alternative then I'm
sure the Debian webmaster would be willing to consider mentioning it on