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[Freedombox-discuss] FreedomBox Unstable Image 2012.1021 Available

I have a Debian server on the Internet, with a certificate. I can copy the weekly image to there, if that helps. 

I don't want to put a weekly image on Amazon S3 because I don't want to pay the download fees. 

I think I need this. 

* create or copy Nick's hard work each week
* create a bittorrent server 

Would this help?

What's the best way to go about this?

Nick Hardiman
nick at internetmachines.co.uk

On 24 Oct 2012, at 18:30, Natanael Arndt wrote:

> Am 22.10.2012 06:13, schrieb Nick M. Daly:
>> 1 Introduction
>> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>>  Hi folks, welcome to the 16th weekly FreedomBox test image and progress
>>  report.
>>  These images include several FreedomBox-related projects.  The changes are
>>  changes made by project contributors in the last week that have made it into
>>  the test image.  The outstanding TODOs are the changes needed before the
>>  beta-release is complete.  If you'd like to contribute in any way, fork and
>>  send me a pull request.
>>  The image is available at:
>>      [https://www.betweennowhere.net/tracker]
>>      [https://www.betweennowhere.net/tracker/freedombox-unstable.torrent]
>>      [https://www.betweennowhere.net/tracker/freedombox-unstable.tar.bz2]
>>  Today's image was produced with:
>>      $ make weekly-image
> Hello,
> thank you for the new Image and the great overview.
> I tried to load the Image with bittorrent, but it doesn't load from the
> web-seed. I think because your certificate is not automatically accepted.
> I have tried another torrent with web-seed and it worked.
> Maybe you could use a CACert [1] cerficate, I think there root
> certificate is published alongside modern linux distributions.
> [1] http://www.cacert.org/
> Nate
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