Install CDs

Kim Hawtin ryjkavik at yahoo.com.au
Wed Dec 18 17:37:39 CST 2002


> > After the installfest I was wondering where the best
> > place around would be to get install CDs and what it
> > would cost...
> > 
> > I'd be looking for Debian 3.x, also latest FreeBSD
> > and OpenBSD.
> 
> The Community Software (Distribution) Network is the place to go.
> 
> We have all 7 of the Debian CD's, all 4 of the FreeBSD 4.7 and 5.0 CDs
> [which I presume is what you meant]. As far as OpenBSD, I'm not sure of.
> 
> What area are you in?

now working in the (adelaide) city...

> We don't charge more than $2 per CD plus a small gold donation if you
> want. At least $1 per CD goes back into Community Software projects
> [such as Debian, FreeBSD and so forth].

cool ... I'll have to get my order in, in the new year =)

cheers,

Kim

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