Opps! Brain not engaged. The file can indeed be accessed, but by nfs,
not ftp. So if you have network running this can be an easier way to go.
Lindsay Allen <firstname.lastname@example.org> Perth, Western Australia
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On Fri, 8 Aug 1997, Jason Gunthorpe wrote:
> On Sat, 9 Aug 1997, Lindsay Allen wrote:
> > The base1_3.tgz file (6 Mb) is not essential as it can be accessed by ftp.
> > This might be worth mentioning as it can be a bit hard to get the file
> > into the dos directory in the first place if there is no network running.
> I've never heard this before, my understanding was that without that file
> there isn't much point in doing the install. It would be the contents of
> the 6 base disks.
> How are you supposed to get that file via ftp when the ftp program is
> contained inside that file ;>
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