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Re: tar file containing linux complete source
> Can anyone suggest me any url or ftp site where i can have linux
> source code in compressed form (say in few tar or .gz file). For sites like
> Linux kernel archives and other you have to individually download each file.
> Any other source to save bandwith.
Do you mean the kernel source or a complete distribution? The kernel
sources are available in a single tar.gz/bz2 file at
http://www.kernel.org and all mirrors. And if you want a whole distro
in a single file (or a few more ;-), you could probably download CD
images of the distro from the respective site. ( http://www.redhat.com
http://www.debian.org etc. etc.. )
BTW, this question should be on LIH, not LIP
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