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Postby n1nj4Lo » Fri Jul 27, 2007 10:45

SabayonLinux-x86_64-3.4a.iso?
I'm downloading it Via µTorrent right now and it's coming along really rather very sluggishly: 3d 18h ETA....

So I was hoping to find somewhere I could directly download it from in hopes of a speedier process of completion....

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Also a second question is..... I'll be creating a dual boot with my exsisting OS: Windows XP Pro...
But just how much/large of a partition should I create, What would be the suggested space?

Thanks in Advance..
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Postby freeallbadgers » Fri Jul 27, 2007 11:08

List of mirrors here ... http://www.sabayonlinux.org/mod/mirrors/

The default size of the DVD install is around 10GB so i would suggest around about 15GB minimum up to any size you want.
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Postby wolfden » Fri Jul 27, 2007 11:20

You skipped all the above Forums to post in off topic and didn't read the release announcements?

http://www.sabayonlinux.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8743

wow
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Postby n1nj4Lo » Fri Jul 27, 2007 11:26

wolfden wrote:You skipped all the above Forums to post in off topic and didn't read the release announcements?

http://www.sabayonlinux.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8743

wow
Nope actually I've read that and if you carefully examine it you'll see that only the version I am looking for is only up for download and available Via torrent...

There is no actual mirror for SabayonLinux-x86_64-3.4a.iso file...
There is one for SabayonLinux-x86-3.4a.iso, But to my avail nothing is up and available for the exact one above listed... Only a torrent file available for it...
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Postby wolfden » Fri Jul 27, 2007 11:33

are you serious?

In that thread it gives you the link to the list of mirrors -- go to the mirrors page and you will find it. The problem is, the servers are hammered so you're gonna have to just keep trying each mirror till you can get on.
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Postby n1nj4Lo » Fri Jul 27, 2007 11:49

freeallbadgers wrote:List of mirrors here ... http://www.sabayonlinux.org/mod/mirrors/

The default size of the DVD install is around 10GB so i would suggest around about 15GB minimum up to any size you want.
Okay I believe I have enough space available for that, Perhaps maybe even a few more gigs.... One other thing, Will this allow me to create a seperate partition directly from the install screen... Or would I need to create a seperate partition beforehand?
wolfden wrote:are you serious?

In that thread it gives you the link to the list of mirrors -- go to the mirrors page and you will find it. The problem is, the servers are hammered so you're gonna have to just keep trying each mirror till you can get on.
Yewp... I'm serious as a heart attack, Every mirror both ftp and web based only has the one I listed.... The only source I've seen of the "SabayonLinux-x86_64-3.4a.iso(Note x86 and 64, Not jus x86 alone or x86_64-3.3.iso)" is only available through a torrent file...

I jus went back them all and double checked a second time through tabbed browsing and exiting out of each tab after I didn't see it looking very careful and closely, To make sure I haven't missed it or skipped over by accident....
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Postby wolfden » Fri Jul 27, 2007 11:59

So this mirrors doesn't have it?

http://www.binstar.org/sabayon/

sure looks like it has it to me:
http://www.binstar.org/sabayon/SabayonL ... 4-3.4a.iso


SabayonLinux-x86_64-3.4a.iso
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Postby n1nj4Lo » Fri Jul 27, 2007 12:09

haha...

Okay I admit defeat, I know when I've been beaten....

How bout the other question....
freeallbadgers wrote:List of mirrors here ... http://www.sabayonlinux.org/mod/mirrors/

The default size of the DVD install is around 10GB so i would suggest around about 15GB minimum up to any size you want.
Okay I believe I have enough space available for that, Perhaps maybe even a few more gigs.... One other thing, Will this allow me to create a seperate partition directly from the install screen... Or would I need to create a seperate partition beforehand?

Lastly but not least would there be any way to exact the additional software included on the DVD Version and create a Software cd-r? I'm pretty sure it could be done prolly as a data cd, But which directory would I look for that to be under.... Using a program like UltraISO/PowerISO.... Reason I ask is cause I am creating a cd for a friend who only has dial-up and a cd player in his computer...
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Postby wolfden » Fri Jul 27, 2007 12:19

http://www.sabayonlinux.org/wiki/index. ... ayon_Linux

either way will work - the more space you give it the better



afaik you can't do your last wish as it is a gentoo stage 4 basically which is copy image from disk to disk. Wait for the mini release or toss 3.3 mini if you don't want to wait.
http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Custom_Stage4
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Re: Where To Go To Get A Direct Downloadable ISO File Of...

Postby forkart » Fri Aug 31, 2007 19:50

To burning iso file. I use magiciso. It does a good job.
http://www.magiciso.com/
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