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Can someone please tell me where and if at all I can download ONE (the whole thing) zip archive of RedHat Linux for i386?

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http://www.redhat.com/mirrors.html contains all registered ftp sites containing RedHat linux. You are probably interested in the current/i386 directory, wich contains the newest release for the i386 family of processors.
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I was looking for ONE ZIP FILE containing all those directories. I don't want to download 100+ files separately, and neither do I want to use Wget or anything like that.
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I was looking for ONE ZIP FILE containing all those directories. I don't want to download 100+ files separately, and neither do I want to use Wget or anything like that.
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I suggest you get a free linux disk at linux giveway. I don't think there is one place to get it all at once. The site for the giveaway is here:http://visar.csustan.edu:8000/giveaway.html
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That is a useful site. Thanks for sharing!

ilia.
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