I have the Mandrake 9.0 download edition, 6 CDs I think, and could run off
a set for you if interested. The first three are all that's really needed
unless you want the source CDs. I did a fresh install on a shiny new 80G
hard disk with this and it's running quite well except for the hard disk
ordering. For example my primary master is /dev/hde for some reason and
the rest of the disks are similarly backwards. Everything works fine,
fstab knows where all the disks are so all is mounted correctly it's just
a little wierd. Apart from that it's another fine Mandrake release and
I'll be sticking with it for another while.
Sure wasn't it Fergal Daly <fergal at esatclear.ie>
sometime around Sun, 15 Dec 2002 16:02:21 +0000 said:
> So it's back to my regular choice of Mandrake but the copy I have seems
> to be corrupted. Where can I get my hands on some Mandrake 9 CDs? I seem
> to recall some people near Parnell street who would trade them for cream
> buns. Is that still going on?
Paul Askins <:)
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