For your convenience, we have established several sites (called
"mirrors" in Internet jargon) around the world where you can
read the Linux/m68k Home Pages and the FAQ. Please choose the one
that is "net-topologically" closest to you (which is usually
the one closest to you geographically, but this can vary; try mtr if you really want to
experiment with this). Sites marked as daily mirrors may lag
behind up to 24 hours; other sites receive automatic updates within
minutes (courtesy of rsync) when
pages are changed.
hosted by Arno Griffioen at Internet
Exchange Europe [Den Haag (The Hague), The Netherlands].
This mirror is hosted on a PC running Linux/i386.
hosted by Chris Lawrence at The
University of Mississippi. [Oxford, Mississippi, USA].
This mirror is hosted on a Pentium PC running Debian GNU/Linux.
hosted by Anders Martensson at LTH
Ingenj÷rsh÷gskolan i Helsingborg [Helsingborg, Sweden]. This mirror is hosted on a PC running
Daily mirror: www.no.linux-m68k.org (also via amiga.nvg.org),
thanks to Kolbj°rn Barmen of The
Networking Group at the Norwegian
University of Science and Technology [Trondheim, Norway]. This mirror is hosted on an Amiga 1200
LordSutch.com, thanks to the generous support of Chris's Discover Card [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA]. This mirror is hosted
on a Pentium II box running FreeBSD.
The FAQ alone is mirrored at:
Daily mirror: ftp.uni-erlangen.de, thanks to Roman Hodek [Erlangen, Bavaria, Germany].
As always, are looking for people willing to host additional
national mirror sites, particularly in North America, Asia and
Australia; we'd prefer locations we can run a virtual server on (like
www.us.linux-m68k.org, for example). Please contact Chris for details.
(06 Sep 1999 at 00:46 CDT)
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