I want to create a Fedora 9 repository DVD. It's necessary, specially for my
country. Because 95% of computer user has not any internet connection in our
country. Can anyone help me with this? I hit Google, and found this
http://fedora-tn.org/?q=node/63 . But this article is too old, and based on
Fedora Core 4. So, I am confusing.
GPG key: 0xC4639705
while trying to download F9 what I face is quite frustrating ..in fact
this can be faced by a lot of user in India .
while wbut mirror is down (temporarily ) and other cannot handle all
the load and bit torrent is quite slow .
clicking on i386 direct download always gives error 412 : too many
connected users .
any way of avoiding this .. I am currently downloading from a mirror
in USA and its quite slow.
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Server : pgp.mit.eduhttp://subhodipbiswas.wordpress.com
My Name is Reggie Buckner. I am a Unix/Linux geek type who is also working on a degree and certification. My skills are Server Technology ( x86 and RISC), Cisco/Netgear routers, C/C++, Unix shell scripting, MySQL, HTML, XML, and Switches. However I like Fedora OS but I wanted to help with load balancing, clusters, server maintenance, or any way I can. If you need help with any of these thing or network managment work please let me know
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On Thu, 2008-05-15 at 07:51 -0400, Yu Feng wrote:
> Everything is fine except the low quality graphics for GDM. It looks
> like an over-compressed jpeg file. I'd rather to use a black screen as
> background instead, but there is even no way to change the background
Very happy that you guys are trying out the distribution. However, you
should discuss these topics on fedora-list, and not the lists intended
for discussion of infrastructure, marketing, and translation.
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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>> Welcome Jason, you're interested in working on the servers or on Fedora
>> the operating system itself?
Hi Mike I am interesting in developing software for the operating system.
Anything from fixing some bugs to more complex work.
Blogged this morning: http://direct2dell.com/one2one/archive/2008/05/16/fedora-9-released-thank...
Just a quick shout out to all of the great Fedora public mirrors
worldwide. Tuesday's release of Fedora 9 was the smoothest yet from a
Fedora Infrastructure POV - no switch meltdowns, no datacenters
knocked offline, and few gripes about slow downloads from the forums
In the first two days, over 107,000 users downloaded CD or DVD images
from our mirror system, more than double that of the 48,000 BitTorrent
downloaders. Our mirrors served those bits at a combined 67
Gigabits/sec. Of those who downloaded Fedora 9, more than 44,000
have already installed in these two days, evidenced by their systems
checking for updates. So we know it's being put to good use.
Thanks to all our great volunteer mirror admins, and their sponsoring
Universities and companies, for making this release a success. Your
contribution to Fedora, and Free and Open Source Software, is
appreciated by users around the globe.
I also want to say Thanks to Adrian Reber, who has stepped up as a
great Mirror Wrangler, accepting new mirrors and helping many get
started. I appreciate the help!
Fedora Mirror Wrangler
Linux Technology Strategist, Dell Office of the CTO
linux.dell.com & www.dell.com/linux
anyone can help me to make a private mirror for local network ?
Itamar Reis Peixoto
+55 11 4063 5033
+55 34 3221 8599
I got NTP working on the physical machines and not on xen guests which
use the physical clock after convincing puppet a lot!
Also, sorry for the CVS spam, looks like I need to make a habit of using
make check (sorry).
If anyone notices the time to be a little off (especially on app
servers/xen guests) please give me a yell.
I am 23 years old looking to contribute to the Fedora Core project as a
developer I have around 7 years experience as a developer. I am currently
working with Java, Oracle, C++ and Qt developing software for the Solaris
I have experience with many programming languages but I dont have much
experience with Python but it is something I would like to learn.
I open to all types of development
I look forward to hearing from you