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  Reply # 619861 4-May-2012 22:14
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Thanks a lot!! (For the Arch mirror).

Unmetered goodness. I like.

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  Reply # 620246 5-May-2012 19:26
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sultanoswing: Thanks a lot!! (For the Arch mirror).

Unmetered goodness. I like.


Agree. And Gentoo Please.. i Want to start rebuilding my Box's again..
Btw theres only Hardy in the Ubuntu Dists.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 623536 11-May-2012 13:43
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count0nz:
sultanoswing: Thanks a lot!! (For the Arch mirror).

Unmetered goodness. I like.


Agree. And Gentoo Please.. i Want to start rebuilding my Box's again..
Btw theres only Hardy in the Ubuntu Dists.



Thanks for the Updates... Will start useing xnet for my Local Ubuntu Mirror.. now X finger for Gentoo ;-)

I'll Switch to Gentoo when theres a local Mirror for sure.


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  Reply # 623551 11-May-2012 14:19
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count0nz:
count0nz:
sultanoswing: Thanks a lot!! (For the Arch mirror).

Unmetered goodness. I like.


Agree. And Gentoo Please.. i Want to start rebuilding my Box's again..
Btw theres only Hardy in the Ubuntu Dists.



Thanks for the Updates... Will start useing xnet for my Local Ubuntu Mirror.. now X finger for Gentoo ;-)

I'll Switch to Gentoo when theres a local Mirror for sure.



About time I had another go with Gentoo as well.




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  Reply # 625095 14-May-2012 20:46
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I see OpenSuse is now on there
Thanks!

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  Reply # 629547 23-May-2012 17:08
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Would be nice to see say an Elastix mirror perhaps? (not the iso's just the usual repository stuff) shouldn't take too much space since you already have the centos repository kind of makes sense :)

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