Can we share Linux Distros ISO's on Sify?

popcorn

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Apr 10, 2005
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I have an idea. We have a huge variety of Free Linux OS distros available on net with ISO built. We can burn it directly on a cd and install the latest OS. We can individually download them and make a collection of ISO's if we can share the sify network. Looking forward your opinions in this to find out a solution.. for mutual benifits ;)
 

Suraj

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150MB download limit.still go back to windows after installin and playin with linux for many times.don't think its worth it , better things to do in life than goin mad abt linux.btw you get those cds, not all, but the popular ones for 50 bucks at many book stores these days.
 

NeXgeN

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use bootable linux like Knoppix,Gnome etc...no need to install.btw Suraj elisha is my girl :)
 


anand

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Originally posted by Sushubh@Apr 25 2005, 11:19 AM
she kinda rocked on popular mechanics for kids...
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That Elisha? :blink: she's all grown up?
 


ujjwal

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I have a large collection of linux ISO's, but how the hell can one share them unless we have the same CTO? (the speeds get limited when the data passes through the SAM server) Instead one can download them from www.linuxiso.org