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Old 21st April 2008, 04:33 PM
bil_hendrix Offline
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NON-torrent download available?

Hello,

I'd love to take F9 for a spin, but I do NOT have the ability to download via bittorrent. Searching these forums and googling returned squat. Does anyone know if Fedora has set up any FTP/HTTP links to the Live DVD or other ISOs? Or is there any benevolent soul who is already hosting the Live DVD iso somewhere?

thx,

-b:||
 

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