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Re: 'Frozen' boot disks

The reason I put this copy up was for testing. For the first round of
testing, people were picking them up from sites that only had modem
bandwidth. Yes, ftp.debian.org is the authoritative source. If you want to
play with the new toys before the store opens, you can pick them up at my

On Mon, 14 Apr 1997, Richard L Shepherd wrote:

> On Sat, 12 Apr 1997, Paul Wade wrote:
> > 
> > 4/6/97 I put a copy at ftp.greenbush.com, look in /pub/bodisks. The files
> > are dated by time of transfer, but they are the 4/4 set.
> > 
> > > I have the same problem.  I had thought it may be because I mirror a
> > > mirror (which in turn may not directly mirror ftp.debian.org) and so my
> > > mirror was effectively a few days behind.  However I just checked on
> > > ftp.debian.org and it really is empty so....
> > > 
> > > Where are they then?
> So my next question then is: is not ftp.debian.org the authoritative
> source for the Debian Distribution?  i.e. I seek to maintain a mirror of
> ftp.debian.org thinking that this will ensure I have an up-to-date Debian
> Distribution for my linux fans.  Am I doing the right thing?
> 8<--------------------------------------->8
> Richard Shepherd (r.shepherd@waikato.ac.nz)
> 8<--------------------------------------->8

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