I am getting following error while downloading fc 9.
You don't have permission to access /fedora/releases/9/Fedora/i386/iso/Fedora-9-i386-DVD.iso on this server.
Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
Apache/2.0.52 (CentOS) Server at ftp.iitm.ac.in Port 80
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I've been trying to download the PPC DVD ISO and it appears that the
file may be corrupt and that the corruption has propagated out to most
of the mirrors. I've tried a number of different ones, both HTTP and
FTP and not had any luck.
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Greetings!! I, using FC3 for the past 5years. Right now, while i try
to install any packages or programs i receive error messages which i
hav given below.
/usr/bin/ld: crt1.o: No such file: No such file or directory
configure: error: cannot find install-sh or install.sh etc...etc.etc
I would like to reinstall the entire operating system again but
unfortunately I don't have a copy of FC3.Also, i don't have a good
internet connection to download it.
I request you to kindly send me FC3 through post.
I'll be grateful to you if you could also send me the latest version
of FC9 as i have plans in the future to upgrade it. Please find my
full postal address below..
C/O Dr.Sanjeev Jain
Molecular Genetics Laboratory
Dept. of Psychiatry
Looking forward to hear from you.
Thanks in advance
I said in last night's meeting that I'd start work on a draft of
content to go on the join page, to clarify the process and make it
more useful. This is what I have so far, but is it too wordy? (Lol, of
course this is entirely text, but is it too long!)
There are many great reasons to join Fedora, and many different ways
you can get involved. This page aims to explain what you need to do to
join and highlight a few of the ways you can help us. It will also
explain some of the tools that Fedora contributors get access to and
how to go about accessing them.
No matter what role you want to fulfill in Fedora, you are going to
need a Fedora account. Signing up is easy, and everyone is welcome.
When signing up you will be asked to agree to the Fedora Contributor's
License Agreement (CLA). The purpose of this is to establish copyright
control under Red Hat, providing a number of benefits to the project.
Chief amongst these is that it makes it easy for us to ensure that all
contributions to Fedora are free and open, as well as providing a
means for us to handle any potential law suits. You can read more
about the CLA here.
Joining A Team
Fedora is a very diverse place and no matter what your skills are, we
probably have a team you can get to work in. Take a look at the skill
sets below, the teams that come under them, and pick the one that
interests you most.
Once you've decided on a team that suits you, sign up for their
mailing list and introduce yourself. Once you've done that, they will
advise you about the best way to proceed from there and how you can
NB: Many teams have their own "group" within the account system.
Membership of these is often required to access some of the tools and
to be eligible to vote in elections. Once you've decided on a team,
you will also want to apply for the relevant groups, but remember that
applying for a group does not automatically mean you will be given
access. Although each team works slightly differently, the best way to
gain access is to make yourself known and to get involved, maybe even
asking somebody to mentor you through some initial tasks.
-- List of roles here, along with teams that come under each role,
their mailing list and their related groups --
-- Information about Planet, Talk, Gobby, People etc etc goes here --
I'm proud to join your team. I would help you as much as possible.
I'm a french young guy (25 years old). I've used Fedora since about 4 years and I enjoy it.
About my skills : I work as a Java/J2EE developer for Web-based applications but I have others good skills : PHP(5), SQL, Flash/Flex/ActionScript, CSS(3), XML/XSL/XSLT, Wiki
I'm developer but I love graphical arts so I can work with Gimp/Photoshop, Flash, 3DsMax/Blender, Illustrator etc.
I'm ready to help if I'm welcome
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We in Brazil are planning to create a local Planet Fedora, a page just
in pt_BR. The original idea came because a lot of users doesn't read
english and doesn't want to search something in portuguese in a blog
with 95% written in english.
My question is, with application do you use in Planet Fedora? How can I
create a server like the original only with our blogs? I know that the
new version use Fedora Account System, so I'm interesting in all
applications used in the old aggregator verion.
Can you help me?
Embaixador do Projeto Fedora
i would like to submit the new changes about cosmogoniA live distro,
/cosmogoniA Live! [mini DVD/USB Gnome - KDE - XFce]
* Fedora Core 9 live mini DVD (1,4GB) based and usable on USB (data
persistent) device too.
* This Livecd comes with GNOME, KDE and XFce, all usable
* Planned and realized for Open Source computer science schooling,
multimedia support, system tools, and moore..
* default language of the livecd : italian (but many other included)
* web site (italian) www.cosmogonia.org
* live distro: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/cosmogonia/