> The ACTUAL latest version is the unstable 'potato' version (2.2), which is
> currently being finalised before release. There aren't any CD images for
> this, and updates for packages come out every day, so it's not really an
> option yet for home use... they were talking about something like a late
> February release, and the CD images for this will be out soon after. If
> you're interested in a fresh face for your machine, I really would
> recommend going for the new version.
Oh but there are..
albeit slightly older images (20th December '99), but images nonetheless.
Anyone with a decent connection wanna burn me up a copy of the first two
images? (which I _assume_ are Binary 1 and 2, rather than Binary 1 and
Source 1). I'd be much obliged.
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