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Downloading debian wheezy 7.9 iso

Posted on 2016-11-02
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Anyone have a link or a comprehensive step by step?

Thanks,
Chris
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Here's a link to the distribution archive for 7.9.  Note that 7.9 is well out of date and there will be security issues.
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Yeah, I tried that already.  That's nothing but jigdo lists and templates.  Problem is is that everything is 404'ing :(
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The links automatically rotate through Debian's DNS server.  Try again in a few hours or tomorrow; the link will probably go to a different server.
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EE email requested stale question closure.
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