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RE: ISO images
That is exactly what i am saying,
you guys are sitting there and smarting off saying
but not everyone in the world has a credit card? In my country we do not
even have them!?
And instead of pointing to the FAQ 3.1.2 (which i've seen) you could have
a bit (those guys did: Alexander Farber, Petros Sidiropoulos. Thanks ).
>>>> > just wondering if anyone knows where can i find OpenBSD's ISO images
>>>> In your local store or at the at www.openbsd.org.
>>>show me a local store in slovakia.
>>>about this ranting all about the CD buying,
>>>ok, i'll order the CD from the U.S., Canada or whichever
>>>country you choose. i'll be saving up for 3 months
>>>(i get about US$16 for a week from home).
>>>now whom should i give my money the post office, or the project?
>>>because i'll be paying around US$30 for the CDs, and only
>>>daemon-knows how much for the shipping, taxes, etc.
>>>(same for germany -- my nearest vendor)
>>>the http://www.openbsd.org/index.html says:
>>>The OpenBSD project produces a FREE, multi-platform 4.4BSD-based
>>>UNIX-like operating system.
>>>that's one of the reasons i am using it. can't afford more. yet.
>>>by the way, maybe some of you remember i was in the states during the
>>>summer. i wanted to order the CDs, unfortunately i don't have a credit
>>>card, and who would "borrow" you one? in the local book store i had
>>>no chance to explain what do i want. i did what i could.
>>>i have a dream: i am a rich man, i travel and meet Theo.
>>>i offer him a sum w/6 or 7 digits. i offer him to buy
>>>the copyright to use homer simpson as the new openbsd maskot.
>>>he falls off the chair. i help him up and we walk away in the sun set.
>>>as i said before, i never repeat myself.