[nflug] Let's go old, old, old school linux
brad.bartram at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 10:16:45 EST 2008
Thanks for the links.
I actually, just need to find an iso, mount the image, and extract the data
I'm looking for. I was having a bear of a time trying to find *working*
repositories for some of these old distros. By old, I'm looking at
slackware 3 / redhat 4 era (1994 - 1997 at the latest).
On Jan 4, 2008 10:11 AM, David Liana <dliana at frontiernet.net> wrote:
> You could get old install CD's and install them in a VM (I've had good
> luck with qemu and some versions of vmware are free):
> I think I have a few old distros on CD's from books (I'm in Rochester,
> though). I use to have a boxed set of RedHat 7.0 and Caldera
> Quoting Brad Bartram <brad.bartram at gmail.com>:
> > Hey guys -
> > I'm working on a project and I ran into a slight hiccup. I figured I'd
> > a shout and see if any of you old school linux users had any
> > I need some config files from mid 1990's linux distros. I'm doing some
> > comparative analysis of config files (don't ask) but I'm running short
> > resources for some of the ancient distros. Does anyone know of a good
> > resource on the web where I could find some?
> > Thanks.
> > Brad
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