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Re: F7 is working fine

On Thursday 23 August 2007 18:12, PerAntonRønning wrote:
> Karl Larsen wrote:
> >    I had trouble getting to F7. I really didn't want to but it seemed
> > the timing was right for it. After over 200 updates F7 is good working
> > Linux. The first thing a new user needs to do is remove Totem and get
> > the VLC media player. It has worked just fine through all the 200
> > upgrades and plays anything from mp3 to .wav to DVD movies. It does it
> > all. I get things from friends with Windows. VLC never fails to play
> > them.
> >
> >    There is still some minor things broken but they might be due to MY
> > hardware which is old. New computer is scheduled to be delivered today
> > by UPS but they deliver very late, like 10:30 PM local. Then I will
> > see if the new motherboard and SATA hard drives fix the problems.
> >
> >    A friend just loaded F7 again after getting the 200 updates and he
> > says it is nothing like it was 3 months ago.
> Sounds good. But where is it? I have been looking around for a FC 7 iso
> DVD, but all sites stop at /6 and then they list /development - is this
> fc7? Is the iso DVD hidden within the .bittorrent, which I am absolutely
> new to? I've never used bittorrent,  I have never needed to. As I
> understand I have to download a torrent client, as a search tool(?) - is
> that up the same alley as FTP?  Pardon my ignorance, but i have lots to do
> and I must operate on a need to know basis. How do I extract the contents
> of a torrent file, is that something the torrent client program takes care
> of?
> Brgds

You can get it from here:

I believe there are respins available for F7, which should have most updates 
included, but don't know the URL for those.


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