Richard Owlett wrote: > <*CHUCKLE*> > Check my original post. The Wayback Machine was where I started my search. Oh. Oops. Sorry. > It has pointers to some ISOs, but they are not valid ISO files - they are > actually 10% or less of the reported size. They were probably too large and timed out during the wayback machine archive runs. > Considering the push a while back to have people use Jigdo(sp?) I suspected > there might not be obsolete ISOs on "official" machines. That's I included > unofficial sources. I've already retrieved over 100 files for my project. > This list is the last place I look ;/ I think they do not exist anywhere accessible then. You should contact the author John Goerzen directly. He probably still has copies of his stuff. http://www.complete.org/ http://www.complete.org/JohnGoerzen Bob P.S. Jigdo is a good way to assemble ISOs from a package mirror. An efficient way to keep both a mirror, which is always good, and then be able to use it to create any combination of ISO (CD, DVD, other) from the mirror. But someone needs to create a jigdo file with the extra bits for it first.
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