MirOS mirrors

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MirOS mirrors

Kinds of mirrors

The MirOS project employs various kinds of mirrors.

Website mirrors provide access to this website and, probably, the download area (/MirOS/). The MirWiki is mirrored, but officially not accessible on the mirrors.
Source mirrors provide access to the MirOS CVS Repository through various means.

Mirror list

Website

Another list.

Note: distfiles is /MirOS/distfiles/ – where you can retrieve sources for both MirOS offsprings (such as the now-famous MirbsdKsh) and third-party sources (such as BIND, Joe 2.8, WineX).

CVSweb

CVSweb is usually provided by website mirrors. More information about CVSweb and the special properties of MirOS CVSweb is available.

anonCVS

_anoncvs@anoncvs.mirbsd.org:/cvs

anonRSYNC

click ... for more info until some lazy bum gets around and writes proper text here

Look at AllBSD as well.

CTM

none yet

CVSup

probably none, unless allbsd.org offers them; we don't support it

CVSync

probably none, unless allbsd.org offers them; we don't support it

Download Area

These are mirrors of the MirOS http/ftp download area. Note: Do not use or advocate FTP. It's a bad, ancient protocol and barely deserves to die peacefully. Use https, http or rsync instead, or participiate in BitTorrent file swarming.

BitTorrent

All our currently active files can be seen on our Torrent page.

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