386BSD UNIX...

Rob Harper harper at NIC.FUNET.FI
Tue Mar 17 09:34:29 EST 1992

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Here's an Updated List of 386BSD FTP Sites.  Many (Most?) sites now
seem to have a copy of 0.0new, so please try to use the site closest
to you rather than agate [which seemed really, really slow when I was
trying to read news earlier today:)]

ftp.ee.mu.OZ.AU           /pub/386bsd
kirk.bu.oz.au              /pub/386bsd

ftp.fu-berlin.de          /??
ftp.lysator.liu.se      /pub/386bsd
ftp.stacken.kth.se       /pub/OS/386bsd
hpb.mcc.ac.uk             /pub/386bsd
nic.funet.fi             /pub/unix/4.3bsd/i386-jolitz
rusmv1.rus.uni-stuttgart.de     /soft/unix/386BSD
src.doc.ic.ac.uk           /unix/386bsd-public

agate.berkeley.edu        /pub/386BSD
banjo.concert.net         /pub/386BSD
capella.eetech.mcgill.ca  /pub/386BSD
dsuvax.dsu.edu            /pub/os/386BSD
ferkel.ucsb.edu          /pub/bsd/386bsd
ftp.cis.ksu.edu          /pub/386BSD
ftp.uu.net                  /pub/OS/386BSD
gatekeeper.dec.com            /pub/micro/386bsd
iceberg.cs.wwu.edu     /pub/BSD386
terminator.cc.umich.edu   /unix/386bsd

TEKTRONIX:      [only available to people in the tek.com domain]
pamela                 /??

If your local FTP site does not have the rawrite utility, which allows
you to dump those disk image files to floppy from MS-DOS, you can snarf it
from gatekeeper or dsuvax above, but should still get the rest of the
distribution from your friendly neighborhood FTP site.

If there are any errors or omissions in this list, let me know, and I'll
put out an updated version.


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