Re: Getting Fedora 7

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On Saturday 19 May 2007 21:31:25 Tony Nelson wrote:
> At 4:01 PM -0400 5/19/07, Eric wrote:
> >At 02:26 PM 5/19/2007, Remi Collet wrote:
> > >> Yes : Fedora 7 test 4 :
> >
> >Good afternoon, Remi.
> >
> >Thanks for the pointer.  I am trying to download it now, but as in the
> >past, I can't seem to get bittorrent to work at anything like a reasonable
> >speed.  For example, the best I can get out of bittorrent right now is
> >about 32 KB/s (on a 3-Mbps DSL link), and usually it's considerably
> >slower.  At that rate the ISO file will finish downloading sometime around
> >midday on Monday, if I'm lucky.
> >
> >I was hoping there'd be an ISO file available for plain old FTP download,
> >but the only ones I can find anywhere are all for Fedora 6.
> Well, there's always checking out the -devel branch ("rawhide").
> Sometimes it helps to stop and restart a bittorrent download.  And, of
> course, make sure that you are uploading as well ("sharing"), but not so
> much as to starve the download for ACKs.  Or the torrent may be slow
> because there are few participants, and none of them are sharing much.
> --
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