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Re: [opensuse] miror sites
  • From: Johannes Kastl <ojkastl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 18 Mar 2006 21:18:53 +0100
  • Message-id: <441C6B2D.1050708@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On 03/18/2006 12:37 AM jdd wrote:

> nobody can do anything on your server (I hope this for you :-)

lol ;-)

> I think the main problem will not to lauch a BT server on
> the ftp server, that's easy, the problem is to convince the
> admin that this will not give him problems, security,
> bandwith... and this I can't say. so I understand well that
> such data must be done on a high level (the info must come
> from a trusted professional source)

ACK.

I dont know if "usual admins" know about bittorrent.

I would not call it p2p, i would have called emule and kazaa etc. p2p,
as p2p is mostly used for "illegal film mp3 download you know". At
least that is what most people might think.

And, technically speaking, bittorrent would be p2p. I just thought it
might "put it into company it doesnt belong to".

And, yes, you can download illegal stuff with BT too, I guess.

Hm, how do you say "schwafeln" in english? ;-)

OJ
--
They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. (Benjamin Franklin, 1759)

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