If theres a xdelta for loop3 to 3.4-final it may help the bandwidth a bit. Many still have the loop3.iso no?gallienus wrote:We need Seeders! There are only two seeding the 64-bit version.
Is there a xdelta coming ??
as long as you have a ICH8M controller, yes!enderandrew wrote: However, before I download and burn two more DVDs, I'm curious if this addresses the issue the loop releases had with IDE based DVD drives.
Excellant and thanks for a quick reply. Im looking forward to trying this out, if this torrent ever finishes.lxnay wrote:220.127.116.11Yorper wrote:The release says it it using kernel 2.6.22. Now is it actually using the exploitable 2.6.22 or is it using the exploit fixed 18.104.22.168 kernel, which was released 14 days ago?
man, don't do it to your full pipe speed, decrease it by a bit, 10-20 kb lower than your full pipe speed, both for download and upload, and you torrent will be happy, and you browse + chat + email experience also .... for browsing use a local cache, like squid, maybe too heavy, or scache ...brodders wrote: yet it's killing my net access; doing anything is painful and x20 as long.
it is, period ... no more discussion here i hope, if you think this problem in a logical way ... for example for me this time torrent download quality was excelent ... is only a sign, for me and lxnay i hope, that is good news and sabayon is more and more popular and its distributing infrastructure better .... problem can be only because low seeds numbers, or poor ISP performance and/or policy vs. torrent in his gardens .... i hope discussion is over about this ....brodders wrote: Y'know, I'm wondering if torrent is the way to go with distro distribution.
and you pay extra cash buck's for that privilege .... for this type of things that flag was reserved ....brodders wrote: I read Cringely - and every now & again he goes on about TV over the Internet. Seems like this was always intended and the "broadcast" protocol was built in from day 1. This supports a broadcast from a central server which is then re-broadcast from proxies. Now, if a distro was set up like that in a circular buffer - the central server just broadcasts the distro in a loop for days and people just access this from - where ever they find it; it will wrap around in a while and there you go. All the extra load is on the proxies.