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Re: xs4all and munitions.
The HOWTO (http://munitions.vipul.net/documents/munitions-mirror-howto.txt) has been updated and anonymous
rsync servers are available again.
xs4all and munitions.
> For those who checked out the links to
> the munitions mirrors might have noticed
> the links to the XS4ALL mirrors. XS4ALL
> (http://www.xs4all.nl/) is an ISP in the
> Netherlands and IMO certainly the very
> best one here by far.
They are indeed. xs4all gratiously donated
a top-of-the-line server and an unmetered
100 mbps link to host the primary munitions
Speaking of munitions, we are on a mirror
setup drive at the moment. If you are interested
in putting up a mirror, please drop me a
mail at firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com). For a web based mirror,
we need a well connected unix box, running
apache, perl, ssh and rsync with ~3gb of free
Anonymous rsync access died when we shited
the primary to xs4all, but it should be restored by
tonight. If you want to do a files only mirror,
you would be able to snarf the archive with rsync.
More information about mirroring can be found
in this (slightly out-dated) mirroring