ARTICLE: Do your bit for Ubuntu 8.10 in ONE easy step!

Im sure there are many people who want to help the Ubuntu cause, but cant for many different reasons.

Heres an easy way to show your support and help share the Ubuntu love around – Bittorrent!  Download and share the iso’s!

If you havent already used Transmission, nows the time to do it! Im currently using 1.34 which came bundled with Intrepid Ibex!

I normally shy away from bittorrent as it is a common piracy protocol, but by using it to help share Ubuntu, I dont mind!

Dont use Ubuntu?  No matter, most major distros (and alot of minor ones) have a link on their site to a bit-torrent file.  Download and share! (Im currently seeding Fedora 9 as well as Ubuntu 8.10!

Click here to go to the Ubuntu Bittorrent files!

3 Comments Add yours

  1. xISO_ZWT says:

    Currently have a Lenny/SID box doing FTP; come to think of it most of the machines I have are Debian Lenny/SID, except for the current laptop on working at trying to get GnuSense to work without using non-free, non-proprietary; will also try BT feeds on the FTP box since I have the space and bandwidth.

    Usually I’m wary of gnome distros. One is gnome drives me up the wall. Two I worry about mono.

    Are the ubuntu BT files gnome or ubuntu specific or can I just apt-get to the Debian repos? Same question for Brasero (the previous post).

  2. openbytes says:

    Hi!

    The BT files are Ubuntu specific (as far as Im aware)

    Ive only run Brasero from the repos.

  3. xISO_ZWT says:

    Will set up KDE BT and feed that way, also, traffice slow at a.b. cd.image.linux & a.b.warez.linux.

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