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Re: I have available missing older files for Debian archive (debian-30r0-i386 verified; also unverified: debian-21r0-i386-binary-1)

On Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 9:49 AM, Michael Paoli
<Michael.Paoli@cal.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> Steve McIntyre, et. al.,
> The data is still up and hosted thus far ...
> but not high availability nor high bandwidth - that changed several
> months back.
> I'll be thinning it out, though, to only what's
> needed to restore/recreate the bits that are missing from the debian
> archives and that can't also be restored from other location(s)
> available on-line, notably:
> ftp://ftp.rz.uni-frankfurt.de/pub/_Linux/Debian/dists/Debian3.0r0/debian-30r0-i3
> 86-binary-1_NONUS.iso
> And will probably eventually stop hosting the data (e.g. like maybe
> about 90 days from now).  Have had it up and available for years - that
> ought be quite long enough.


Would it be helpful if I grabbed the ISOs at http://www.mpaoli.net/debian/ISOs/
(I don't have time to sort out all the jigdo steps, as I would just
stuff them onto
my home NAS server for now.)

I can make them available later when Steve or someone else on the Debian-cd
team has more time.

>> From: "Steve McIntyre" <steve@einval.com>
>> Subject: Re: I have available missing older files for Debian archive
>> (debian-30r0-i386 verified; also unverified: debian-21r0-i386-binary-1)
>> Date: Sun, 16 Nov 2014 01:43:18 +0000
>> On Sun, Nov 02, 2014 at 09:50:12AM -0800, Michael Paoli wrote:
>>> Steve,
>>> Did you manage to grab these yet for the Debian archive?  I still have
>>> them up and available thus far, but don't yet see in the Apache logs
>>> evidence that they've been retrieved (at least beyond the README file).
>>> Anyway, the basic "how to" and what's available, etc., remains at:
>>> http://www.old-debian.mpaoli.net/debian/README
>>> Let me know sometime.
>> Hi Michael,
>> I've been completely swamped in the last few weeks with several
>> conferences to attend, and one to organise. However, that doesn't
>> excuse my being rude in not replying to your previous emails. :-(
>> Please accept my sincere apologies for not getting back to you lately.
>> I *have* now downloaded the files you've provided - you'll probably
>> have seen log entries showing downloads from free.hands.com, aka
>> ftp.uk.debian.org. I'll start working through those files shortly, to
>> fill in whatever gaps I can in the snapshots we're hosting.
>> Thanks *very* much for your help!
>> --
>> Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK.
>> steve@einval.com
>> We don't need no education.
>> We don't need no thought control.

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