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All of debian-multimedia's Lenny packages seem to be gone 
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Looks like someone got a snapshot of D-M lenny and is making it available for download.
http://www.linux-archive.org/debian-use ... ory-2.html

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timkb4cq wrote:
Looks like someone got a snapshot of D-M lenny and is making it available for download.
http://www.linux-archive.org/debian-use ... ory-2.html

Scroll down to the 4th post...



I must be dense. I can't figure out the WeTransfer interface. Where does one enter the email and password he gave?


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timkb4cq wrote:
Looks like someone got a snapshot of D-M lenny and is making it available for download.
http://www.linux-archive.org/debian-use ... ory-2.html

Scroll down to the 4th post...



I must be dense. I can't figure out the WeTransfer interface. Where does one enter the email and password he gave?


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Go to gmail.com and log into the address he gave.

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Go to gmail.com and log into the address he gave.


Duh.

Downloading now.


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Duh.

Downloading now.


I made the same mistake, but at least I didn't post the same message twice.

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DBeckett wrote:
uncle mark wrote:
Duh.

Downloading now.


I made the same mistake, but at least I didn't post the same message twice.


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Good recovery!

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timkb4cq wrote:
Looks like someone got a snapshot of D-M lenny and is making it available for download.
http://www.linux-archive.org/debian-use ... ory-2.html

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It should be mentioned that these packages are for i386 only.

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A couple of the mirrors do still have an archived version of Lenny available (both 32- and 64-bit). The Austrian server did have an archive although that's now gone.
The Lenny packages are still here though ftp://ftp.igh.cnrs.fr/pub/debian-multimedia/dists/ The packages themselves being under ../pool


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