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I don't know how much you work with the internet, but I can't help but say this seems a little foolhardy. Instead, just order the CDs from Suse. Or, get them from a friend that lives nearby. But I would be VERY surprised if someone offered to ship it to you. Check ebay, might get it cheaper there.
Also, its much easier to get a DSL friend to download it for you. Suse 9.1 personal is always available for download. However, you have to download the rest of the software ya need.
Last edited by Eagle_Seven; 08-11-2004 at 12:57 PM.
Distribution: SUSE 9.1 Pro and Debian Testing on Server
Just download and install AMsn from amsn.sourceforge.net and log on at the same time and you can send each other files through msn. send the iso's that way. Or, if ur in windows, just install msn messenger, i find it works better than amsn but i use amsn when im in linux,. anyways, u prolly already knew that, ttyl