Suse 6.2 images?
brad.johnson at ryobi.com
Thu Sep 16 12:16:44 PDT 1999
The link will take you to the ISO image for SuSE, and you can use a variety
of CD Burning software to make yourself a fully bootable and installable CD.
From: Terence Tak-Shing Tam [mailto:ttstam at u.washington.edu]
Sent: Thursday, September 16, 1999 3:18 PM
To: UW Linux Group
Subject: Re: Suse 6.2 images?
Right, but the files are over 1.3Gbs... unless I burn 'em onto a dreamcast
CD, it's not going to fly 8-)
Anyone know how the CDs are split?
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Terence Tak-Shing Tam <ttstam at u.washington.edu>
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On Thu, 16 Sep 1999, Lawrence Lin wrote:
> > I thought you could only buy a Suse CD (other than by direct copying, of
> > course) since they charged and all, ie, it wasn't really available
> > somewhere for download like RedHat or Debian. Is that just
> > (unintentional) FUD or what?
> Looks like you can download 6.2:
> If it's based on the Linux kernel then it has to be freely
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