In the last episode (Apr 12), Michael Johnson said:
> On Thu, 12 Apr 2001 09:10:55 -0700 Lars Eggert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I'd like to try -current on a few machines. Is there a recent
> > snapshot available as an ISO image somewhere? It'd be much faster
> > than cvsup'ing and making world.
> > Which leads to a more generic question: Wouldn't daily ISO
> > snapshots of -stable and -current be nice to have? (On days when the
> > makes go through.) There's probably some good reason why we don't
> > have this; it'd make it a lot easier to test-drive bug-fixes
> > though.
> Theres not a iso for -CURRENT .. It changes too much.
There are no ISO images, but there's something even better. Download
the boot floppies for your favorite date and do a net install.
There used to be a similar snapshot server for -stable, but it seems to
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