Guillem Jover followed up with some more information on mirrors and exact file locations.
From: Philip Charles Subject: K6 mini iso Date: Sun, 9 May 2004 18:11:58 +1200 (NZST) The K6 mini iso and the associated gnu-2004-05-09.tar.gz tarball have just been uploaded to gnuab.org. They should be available in a matter of hours. There was a perl-modules problem, but a suitable package was found in linux-i368. Perl now configures. Unfortunately I discovered the new libc0.3 in gnuab.org after I had done the upload. I could do a rebuild if people thought this was necessary. It is unlikely that I will have to do any fiddling with the tarball build after this short period of time, only routine testing. Phil.
From: Guillem Jover Subject: Re: K6 mini iso Date: Tue, 11 May 2004 09:54:06 +0200 Hi! On Sun, May 09, 2004 at 06:11:58PM +1200, Philip Charles wrote: > The K6 mini iso and the associated gnu-2004-05-09.tar.gz tarball have > just been uploaded to gnuab.org. They should be available in a matter of > hours. I've renamed and relocated the isos, as some people complained that the previous ones were incorrectly stating that this was the official GNU system, and it's not. So I think I've made clear now that this is the Debian GNU/Hurd system. Ok new mini iso can be located on: For Europe (or nearby) users: http://eu.hurd.gnuab.org/pub/debian-cd/K6/ For North America (or nearby) users: http://na.hurd.gnuab.org/pub/debian-cd/K6/ The base tarball can be found as usual on: http://eu.hurd.gnuab.org/pub/debian/base/debian-gnu-hurd-2004.05.09.tar.gz http://na.hurd.gnuab.org/pub/debian/base/debian-gnu-hurd-2004.05.09.tar.gz More mirrors welcome, specially if they are on other continents. :> Thanks Phil for your work. regards, guillem