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full knoppix 4.0
Jim Householder <nofixed at westnet.com.au> wrote: Craig Foster wrote:
> From: plug-bounces at plug.org.au on behalf of Jim Householder
> Sent: Tue 06-Dec-05 1:35 PM
> To: plug at plug.org.au
> Subject: [plug] wget
> I downloaded Knoppix 4.0.2 using wget. 2 restarts were required, one
> because of a disconnect, and the other disk full. The md5sum check
> failed, so I tried again. One restart needed. Again the md5sum check
> The 2 copies are the same according to cmp.
> Is there a problem with wget or the way I'm using it?
> wget --limit-rate=20k --input-file=/home/jim/wget-in
> wget --limit-rate=20k --input-file=/home/jim/wget-in -c
> to continue.
> Or is there an md5sum problem, like wrong version or something?
> Rsync is your friend... It works by comparing and then downloading the differences between your file and the server's.
> Simple explanation at http://contribs.org/modules/phpwiki/index.php/SME%20Server%20Rsync
> Where are you downloading Knoppix from?
Thanks for the replies.
I will look into rsync again. The last time I tried to use it, it
wanted to fetch entire files that differed, not just the differing parts.
I burned a CD and tried to use it on 3 computers. Same result. As
knoppix booted, RAM was detected correctly (256M, 768M, 1G). However
kdeinit failed, saying it needed at least 84M.
The first 1.9 tries were from http://mirror/pacific.net.au. I was
unable to continue the second try (connection refused) so I continued
with a European site from the knoppix mirror list.
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