jason at textfiles.com
Mon Feb 23 16:28:53 CST 2015
The way to do it is to hit up info at archive.org, or me. Or post a "review"
on the item with the problem that needs to be fixed.
The goal at the Archive is to get a copy of every CD-ROM ever made. Right
now, in the shareware and cover CD realms, we're well past 3000 of them
(although with the categorization and splitting, I don't have the exact
number right now). Some of them are weird and misfiled - I'll be happy to
make fixes or add more CDs as time goes on. Uploading them generally, then
letting me know, will be sufficient to get them filed away correctly.
On Mon, Feb 23, 2015 at 11:31 AM, Peter Corlett <abuse at cabal.org.uk> wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 22, 2015 at 12:52:24PM -0600, John Foust wrote:
> > At 09:21 AM 8/12/2014, Al Kossow wrote:
> >> That would be a good thing. Early Walnut Creek CDROMs aren't very
> common. It
> >> looks like I only have ten from 1992 to 1994.
> I've got a few knocking about in storage which contain early Linux
> distributions. I'm not sure they're particularly rare or unusual, which is
> I haven't bothered to dig them out and make images yet.
> > For the record, I found my Walnut Creek AB20 CD and sent an ISO to Jacob
> > Al. I'm cleaning and hunting, so I might find Aminet, too.
> archive.org contains a full set of Aminet CDs from 1 through 52 (the
> first two
> being Walnut Creek) and also Aminet Sets 1-3 and 9, and Aminet Games. The
> Aminet CD also seems to contain a mirror of AB20 and can be downloaded via
> https://archive.org/details/aminet-2 actually contains Aminet 12, and so
> be wanting https://archive.org/details/aminet-walnut-creek-2 for Aminet
> 2. My
> physical CD of Aminet 3 has different contents to the version on
> and although I can see *what* the differences are, I'm unclear on the
> *why*. My
> other handful of Aminet CDs are bitwise identical.
> At some point I really should figure out how to provide errata and new
> for archive.org.
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