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Old 12th February 2010
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Default Hello any one have Jgimmi OpenBSD LiveCD?

Hello any one have Jgimmi OpenBSD LiveCD?
I cannot download it from bsd.pls.msu.edu/pub/livecd/xfce.i386.4.6.0.iso.7z
University ftp not working.
Please upload to megaupload.com for me and send link.
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It does appear that the server jggimi uses is down at the moment, you can either wait until it's operational.. or use an alternative, like BSDanywhere (..or preferably just vanilla OpenBSD).

http://www.bsdanywhere.org/
http://www.openbsd.org/ftp.html

I do not know how jggimi licences his LiveCD's, but he is a member of this forum.. you can send him a PM directly.

Megaupload also seems to require Adobe Flash to upload files, something which is moderately frowned upon in some communities (..like perhaps this one).
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I will find that jggimi guy for you, Nick, and ask him to PM you with a direct URL rather than using MSU's facilities, which appear to be down. It will be about eight hours from now, before I'm able to do that.
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I will find that jggimi guy for you, Nick, and ask him to PM you with a direct URL rather than using MSU's facilities, which appear to be down. It will be about eight hours from now, before I'm able to do that.
Hello Jgimmi i cannot PM you or anyone else here.
Admins disabled this function on this forum.
Pretty sad!
I reccomend MegaUpload hosting for large file releases or as mirror.
Or maybe you should register at SourceForge.net?
And is that your system are simple to run ? I mean like modern Slax,Ubuntu,Fedora livecds?
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Quoting from www.jggimi.homeip.net/livecd/faq.html#contact, where the javascript link is functional
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I have a problem or an unanswered question. How do I get help?

A moderated mailing list is available, and is recommended.
A private e-mail address is in the README file in /, in /home/user, and in /root, or if your browser has Javascript, you can click on the link: E-mail me
Here are the complete list of questions in that FAQ:

Why did you make these ISOs available to the public?
What is included?
What's the minimum amount of RAM needed?
These are not official. Can your downloaded files be trusted?
What does the environment look like once booted?
How do I boot the MP kernel?
When I boot, I get these warning messages as the kernel completes configuration and starts up. What do they mean?
How do I save my environment for use on reboot?
This is -release. Why not -stable or -current? Why only i386 and amd64?
I want to test an application. Why isn't it already installed on the CD?
How would I install my own applications?
I need network connections that don't use DHCP. How do I configure them?
Do you have links to other OpenBSD-based LiveCDs?
I have a problem or an unanswered question. How do I contact you?
I want to make my own LiveCDs. How did you create these?
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Hey ok,will contact via your email in mailing list.
Just very very rare viewing mailing lists.
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If jggimi doesn't mind, I have several the fluxbox version for amd64 and i386. I can put it temporarily on my server and let you download it. Or, I can send it to you via Yahoo Messenger through the file sharing function.
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No, I don't mind.
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I'm working on getting my public ftp functional on my server. When that's done, I'll have a place to share files with everyone.

Does anyone know of a good server to use that isn't too restrictive? I currently use Hostingrails.com, but they seem to have all these features that aren't enabled until I contact their support department, but these are supposed to be active by default. Things like SSH and FTP. I know this b/c I tried to SSH to my account and it wouldn't work until I contacted support and they did something on their end like remove permission flags or something that shouldn't have been in place to begin with. Now, I'm having the same problem with FTP, I have to wait for them.

I'd like to use a server that's not going to slow me down like that. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Hi all.Tetrodozombie jggimi already send it to me.
But anyway thanks.
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