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Termina
Does anyone know where I can get old versions of redhat/mandrake?

Thanks smile.gif
Jim
just hit google with the search string mandrake + iso + ftp + 9.1 that usually does it for me.
Corey
Easy, i have a box in my closet with a few hundred cd's of older linux distributions, even some that aren't even around any more smile.gif
Termina
O_O

Sweetness. happy.gif
hughesjr
http://mirrors.kems.net/mirrors/redhat/lin....2/en/iso/i386/

http://mirrors.usc.edu/pub/linux/distribut...elinux/old/iso/


This isn't Mandrake or RedHat ... but it doesn't get any older than this:
http://oldlinux.mtc.dhs.org/Linux.old/
Corey
oh my 113 kb for the kernel source, remember the days??
hughesjr
Heck, will all the tags and scans being logged in the headers of an e-mail, now an e-mail with the subject of test and a body of test is probably bigger than 113kb. (well, not really ... it's more like 20kb)
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