> On Thu, Jun 08, 2000 at 08:19:51PM +0100, a loudmouth named Anton wrote: > > That is besides how long does it actually take to download two CDs via > > a modem line. To remind you most of the world even when paying > > outrageous phone bills still gets no more than a dual ISDN at 128K. > > Usually no more than 64K. Go and install debian over the net on that. > > > > Please. Make my day, I would highly enjoy you coming back and reporting > > statistics. Especially for a full apt-get for X. Especially for three > > platforms (some people happen to have m68K and other old junk as well). > > I've been running debian from my home system for the last couple of > years with nothing more than a modem connection. Yes, it's slow, but it > can be done. Lose the hysteria, troll. You stil have no basis for > claiming that your personal situation is representative of the total > debian userbase, which is my gripe with your original post. I'm done > wasting time on this thread. You are absolutely correct. My personal situation is not representative. I happen to have access to up to 10GB (depending on destination). Going to be in TB range soon. The question is that this does not make me forget that most of the users around me actually pay per second and have at most 56K. And that the bandwidth I have access to is actually theirs. And I have also not forgotten the times when I had a few thousand users with an overall of 28.8 for all of them. And half of a country with 512K. Sorry. Parser of your mail has returned -EYOULOSE Go into your jesuit college and manifest your "Todo Modo" there please. This is getting nowhere. I sign off.
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