Originally posted by snutz411
BTW does anyone know if mandrake stop supporting mandrake 9.1. I had some trouble finding a mirror site with updates. I find this verison much more compatiable with OLDER OLDER computers. I had version 10.0 and it didn't recognize a lot of my hardware, so back to 9.1.
For mandrake mirrors, you should go to the "easy urpmi" site (sorry I can't post the link, the bloody server won't let me access - it's usually reliable, though occassionally you have access snags).
That should then list any available 9.1 mirrors.
It's probably better if you upgrade, as 9.1 is getting on a bit now (9.1, 9.2, 10.0 community, 10.0 official, 10.1 community and now 10.1 official) I'm sure you get the picture.
Though as you should be able too see, the easy urpmi site points you at mirrors so you can get just about any available packages.
I always used to have sources for everything, including jpackage and plf (the plf usually has stuff that isn't available at the other's and is, more often than not, more up to date than official mandrake packages).
Maybe that helps a little?