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  • Phil Dibowitz
    Announcing the USC Linux Users Group MIRROR! The University of Southern California Linux Users Group is proud to announce a brand new software mirror right
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 4, 2003
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      Announcing the USC Linux Users Group MIRROR!

      The University of Southern California Linux Users Group is proud to
      announce a brand new software mirror right here on the USC campus! The
      mirror is a hefty quad-Pentium 4 Xeon 1.5GHz box with 5GB of RAM, and
      all the bandwidth you could possibly want.

      The new mirror is filled with many different kinds of open source
      software. We currently have:
      Redhat Linux
      Mandrake Linux
      Debian Linux
      Suse Linux
      OpenSSL
      OpenSSH
      The entire GNU ftp site
      The Linux Documentation Project

      The mirror will soon also include the Fedora Project.

      All four Linux Distributions being mirrored include *all* architectures
      and go back at least three versions so as to cater to as much of the
      Linux community as possible.

      The USC Linux Users Group Mirror can be found at mirrors.usc.edu and
      supports HTTP, FTP, and RSync. The mirror is accessible both on and off
      campus to whomever would like to use it. An index page with information
      can be found at http://mirrors.usc.edu/

      The USC Linux Users Group is a non-profit USC student organization who
      runs monthly meetings and provides a variety of services for the Linux
      community both on and off campus. The USC Linux Users Group can be found
      at http://linux.usc.edu/

      The USC Linux Users Group would like to thank the USC Information
      Services Division for all of their contributions to this project.

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      Phil Dibowitz phil@...
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