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go to linuxiso
and get it for free (plain download) if there is no time or the connection is slow - leave it up a couple of nights - you'll get your linux and a good test for the system.
Happy New Year!!!
Oops, I guess you don't have a burner that why you ask for it. If you'd like a present for New Year I have 3-disc set of Mandrake8.1 and 2-CD set of RedHat7.2, also in progress Debian and Slackware. If you'd like RH and Mandy e-mail your address ( if it is not in USA, please include shipping cost - amoount you think appropriate to send software from US to your country)