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    Mandrake 10 cd 4


    Every where i go i see evidenc of a cd 4 for mandake 10 off can anybody tell me where i can find it

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    up some apitalist bum, you gotta pay for it. (at least you did a few months ago, haven't looked recently) it was/is part of the discovery pack.
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    uhh

    as far as i know, it's freely still available; just mandrake didnt include in the 3cd set.

    It's still on various [legal] ftp's:

    try these links out:
    ftp://ftp.linuxforum.net/ISO/Mandrak...d-CD4.i586.iso
    http://games.gci.net/pub/Linux/Mandr...d-CD4.i586.iso
    http://mirror.averse.net/mandrake/is...d-CD4.i586.iso

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    you don't have to have CD 4. I'm pretty sure it's full of developmental software, and the CD isn't need for the install. Anything you need you could just download. I find all my rpms here: http://rpm.pbone.net

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    Everything from CD 4 is available for download vai urpmi

    http://urpmi.org/easyurpmi/index.php

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    thanks for the links but its much easier to pop in a cd than it is to look for the rpms on line thanks a lot tho

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    It's even easier to follow the directions the others gave you and set up urpmi to use ftp sources. If you do that you don't even need to pop in a cd. Just open RPMDrake and tell it what you want to install. It'll check the ftp sources and do the downloading, dependency checking and installing on its own.
    Go to the link provided by jeremy and follow the directions.
    OH NOOOOO!!!!!! You did it the way I said?

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    4th CD for Mandrake 10.0

    Linux Central has a 4 CD 10.0 set that it sells for $8.95. It might be what you're looking for.
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