Welcome to ftp.club.cc.cmu.edu, a service of the Carnegie Mellon Computer Club. (It's cool that some people still use ftp!) These archives are also available at /pub/ ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ******* ** ** ***** *** ** ** ** ** ***** ***** ** ** ** ** ** ** ******* ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ******* ** ** ** ** * ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** * ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ****** ** ** ****** ** ****** ****** We mirror the following, on an 6 hour interval: HVSC - mirror of the High Voltage SID Collection gnu - mirror of ftp.gnu.org knoppix - mirror of Knoppix CD images knoppix-dvd - mirror of Knoppix DVD images aminet - mirror of Aminet scene - mirror of scene.org (see note below) archive.debian.org - mirror of Debian archive zeroshell - mirror of Zeroshell ubuntu - mirror of Ubuntu ubuntu-iso - mirror of Ubuntu ISO images Requests for additional mirrors will be considered on the basis of relevance and available disk space. Send mail to gripe@club.cc.cmu.edu. Monetary and/or hardware contributions are welcome! Please send us mail if you would like to make a contribution. Note on scene.org: On 2015-11-17, we were notified that the file parties/2012/demodays12/realtime_demo_size_limited/horology_www.exe was flagged by Sym^H^H^H^H a commercial antivirus vendor as malware, tainting their rating of the andrew.cmu.edu domain, and leading to "scary browser warnings". We were ordered to remove this file and it is not currently available. Sorry. Due to U.S. Exports Regulations, all cryptographic software on this site is subject to the following legal notice: This site includes publicly available encryption source code which, together with object code resulting from the compiling of publicly available source code, may be exported from the United States under License Exception "TSU" pursuant to 15 C.F.R. Section 740.13(e). This legal notice applies to cryptographic software only. Please see the Bureau of Industry and Security for more information about current U.S. regulations.