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Re: [K12OSN] High Capacity Mirror of K12LTSP



Eh, Brah,
Why you nevah wen email Eric on da web page, brah? ( I grew up in Kailua)
Latahs
Dan
 . 5 .. 2002 17:59, Warren Togami 觢ͤ:
> Hi folks,
>
> I am a new subscriber to this list, but a well established advocate of
> Linux Thin clients for schools.  Here in Honolulu, Hawaii my group
> Mid-Pacific Linux Users Group http://www.mplug.org is leading an initiative
> to promote LTSP and other Linux services to Hawaii public and private
> schools.  We currently have XTerminals (soon to switch to LTSP) thin
> clients in one school, with installations coming soon at 3 additional
> schools.  During October we are holding a dual Linux conference for both
> Businesses and State Education at the 2002 Hawaii Computer Expo.  We expect
> for there to be 200-300 Educators at that event.  I will post more about
> our progress in Hawaii later.
>
> Anyway, the actual reason of this post.  I maintain a Linux mirror at the
> University of Hawaii and I would like to add K12LTSP distribution to our
> anonymous FTP.  Sorry I wasn't sure who to contact directly so I am mailing
> the list.  Can we have dedicated rsync access in order to maintain
> automatic updates of our mirror via cron?  The anonymous rsync seems to be
> very busy.
>
> Our FTP server address is ftp://videl.ics.hawaii.edu
>
> Thanks,
> Warren Togami
> warren togami com
> Mid-Pacific Linux Users Group
> http://www.mplug.org
>
>
>
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