tips needed on iso files
steve at holmesgrown.com
Wed Jun 30 07:41:10 EDT 2004
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Well then, if you are gonna leave those ISOs online, you can fire up
bittorrent whenever you can give up the band width and let otherd
download and leach off your box:). I've been doing that lately I
figure I got my ISOs over the space of four hours or so last week so
I'll make mine available when I think to remember to turn it on when I
don't need my pipe. But I'll bee needing the disk space soon so will
eventually be nuking them since I already burned my ISOs to CD.
On Tue, Jun 29, 2004 at 08:18:52PM -0400, Chuck Hallenbeck wrote:
> Okay, everything worked. I have four clean downloads, and four
> new directories with the contents of those iso files in them on
> my normal file system, which is reiserfs. I like to keep images
> of the CD set online for easy search and retrieval. It's a lot of
> disk pace, but disk space is cheaper than the time it takes to
> search for stuff in drawers or on shelves.
> Thanks again. Now we return you to our regular programming which
> is already in progress.
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