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hello, is there any download site for linux ?
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by:jlevie
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There's lots of places, you might start with: ftp://ftp.freesoftware.com/pub/linux/
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It depends on what you're looking for. For distributions go to the according sites (ex: www.redhat.com). Now if you want linux stuff, I use two sites:
www.linuxnow.com
www.freshmeat.net
don't fear about the name of the second one, it's surely one of the best...
Now, if that isn't enough use any good search engine.
Oh, I almost forgot, try www.cnet.com but I don't think you'll find much in there...
:-)
aCp
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by:alcockba
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If you're looking for RedHat http://www.mirror.ac.uk/sites/ftp.redhat.com/pub/redhat/ is my favourite.
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sorry, sorry, what I said is download site for linux "software"
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