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Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?

I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large
files to have a home for sharing.

I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD ISO
files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn DVDs.

My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the two
DVD versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in size.  
The account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable files online
but if I have any ISO files, then they say that I am a repository and it
is not allowed.

My email account[s] is limited to under 500 MB file size even though I
have one that has a 1 GB inbox/outbox size.  So I have problems with
getting these files to anyone.

Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
these LibreOffice ISO files?



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Hi

On Sat, 2011-07-09 at 14:40 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote:

> Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?

    Never used, what about SourceForge or LO main site?

> I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large
> files to have a home for sharing.
>
> I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD ISO
> files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn DVDs.
>
> My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the two
> DVD versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in size.  
> The account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable files online
> but if I have any ISO files, then they say that I am a repository and it
> is not allowed.
>
> My email account[s] is limited to under 500 MB file size even though I
> have one that has a 1 GB inbox/outbox size.  So I have problems with
> getting these files to anyone.
>
> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
> these LibreOffice ISO files?
>
>
>



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On 7/9/2011 11:40 AM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:

>
> Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?
>
> I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large
> files to have a home for sharing.
>
> I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD
> ISO files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn
> DVDs.
>
> My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the
> two DVD versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in
> size.  The account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable files
> online but if I have any ISO files, then they say that I am a
> repository and it is not allowed.
>
> My email account[s] is limited to under 500 MB file size even though I
> have one that has a 1 GB inbox/outbox size.  So I have problems with
> getting these files to anyone.
>
> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
> these LibreOffice ISO files?
>
>
>
Download/burn a DVD outside of your office and take to your office maybe?

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Am 09.07.2011, 20:40 Uhr, schrieb webmaster for Kracked Press Productions  
<[hidden email]>:>
> My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the two  
> DVD versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in size.  
> The account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable files online  
> but if I have any ISO files, then they say that I am a repository and it  
> is not allowed.

Hmm... what would happen if you put the ISOs into a zip container? :)

About putting it on the web somewhere: I've heard a lot of good things  
about Spideroak (https://spideroak.com/).  They'll certainly have no  
problems with whatever you put on there. Although, if you want more than 2  
GB, you'll need to pay 10$ a month. So that might not be what you're  
looking for.
The other method is of course BitTorrent. But that's only going to be  
working well if enough people are downloading it at the same time.

Another question: What do you mean by "Libreoffice DVD"? The installers  
are just 217 and 188 MB large. So where do the other 3.1 GB come from?

  Zak


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On 07/09/2011 06:11 PM, planas wrote:
> Hi
>
> On Sat, 2011-07-09 at 14:40 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
> Productions wrote:
>
>> Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?
>      Never used, what about SourceForge or LO main site?
SourceForge has file size limits that will not allow for DVD size
files.  I have tried them and that is how I know this.

The issue with the main LO site is "how do I get the .iso file there"?  
The only way I know is to give FTP access to my files and they download
ALL of the files in ALL of the folders THEN they create the ISO file[s]
and place them on their servers.  It has been months since I have heard
anything about having the ISOs on the LO site, since just before the CMS
system was offered.  Right now, the CMS version of the NA DVD is being
rebuilt and it will be only one line [so far] 3.3.x.  The current
version of the NA DVDs at the LibreOffice-NA.US testing portal has 3.3.3
Windows and Windows-Linux-Mac install versions with the same for the
3.4.1 installs.  That makes 4 DVDs that could be available for download
and burning.

I have kept that testing portal as up-to-date as I can.  Right now, with
my broadband access, my upload speed takes about 7 hours or more to
upload a full set of Windows, Linux [.deb and .rpm], and Mac [PPC and
Intel], installs to the portal.  The CMS server system will be great,
when the pages are online and fully edited to the point that the
LibreOffice-NA.US portal DVD pages are.  The 3.3.3 pages on that CMS
system should be ready by the end of August, and hopefully before then.  
But, after the W-L-M version for 3.3.x installs is ready, then there
will need to be one for the 3.4.x line and the Windows-only versions for
those who do not want to download a DVD .iso file has the other OSs and
is about twice the file size.  3.3.3 installs - Windows-only is about
1.9 GB in size, while Windows-Linux-Mac is about 3.9 GB in size.  
Windows-only users would rather not download the extra 2 GB of file
size, or at least I would not if I had the option not to.

>> I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large
>> files to have a home for sharing.
>>
>> I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD ISO
>> files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn DVDs.
>>
>> My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the two
>> DVD versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in size.
>> The account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable files online
>> but if I have any ISO files, then they say that I am a repository and it
>> is not allowed.
>>
>> My email account[s] is limited to under 500 MB file size even though I
>> have one that has a 1 GB inbox/outbox size.  So I have problems with
>> getting these files to anyone.
>>
>> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
>> these LibreOffice ISO files?
>>
>>
>>
>
>


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On 07/09/2011 06:27 PM, JOE Conner wrote:

> On 7/9/2011 11:40 AM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:
>>
>> Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?
>>
>> I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large
>> files to have a home for sharing.
>>
>> I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD
>> ISO files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn
>> DVDs.
>>
>> My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the
>> two DVD versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in
>> size.  The account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable
>> files online but if I have any ISO files, then they say that I am a
>> repository and it is not allowed.
>>
>> My email account[s] is limited to under 500 MB file size even though
>> I have one that has a 1 GB inbox/outbox size.  So I have problems
>> with getting these files to anyone.
>>
>> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
>> these LibreOffice ISO files?
>>
>>
>>
> Download/burn a DVD outside of your office and take to your office maybe?
>

That does not help people who are in a different town, county, state, or
country, from my location.

I am trying to offer the .iso files to those who would like to have it.  
Go to LibreOffice-NA.US and see what was created for the users by our
North American Community DVD project team.  We created a set of DVDs
that have as much as we could think of and find that people would/may
need BESIDES the install file[s].  Documentation, Dictionaries,
Extensions, Templates, Artwork, etc., etc..  All in one place, on one
DVD.  3.3.3 - Windows-only or Windows-Linux-Mac install DVD versions.  
3.4.1 - Windows-only or Windows-Linux-Mac install DVD versions.

I would be happy to print and ship copies to users, but due to
regulations at my handicapped housing apartment building I cannot do a
business out of my apartment.  I am printing labels directly onto the
media and handing them out to people and businesses locally, but I
cannot do any business out of my place.

We need to be able to have an online place for the users to be able to
download the .iso files and burn there own copies.  We also have the DVD
label, DVD case cover and case insert online for those users.  We have a
brochure as well for our users to be downloaded and printed as needed.





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Hi
On Sat, 2011-07-09 at 20:02 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote:

> On 07/09/2011 06:11 PM, planas wrote:
> > Hi
> >
> > On Sat, 2011-07-09 at 14:40 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
> > Productions wrote:
> >
> >> Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?
> >      Never used, what about SourceForge or LO main site?
> SourceForge has file size limits that will not allow for DVD size
> files.  I have tried them and that is how I know this.
>
> The issue with the main LO site is "how do I get the .iso file there"?  
> The only way I know is to give FTP access to my files and they download
> ALL of the files in ALL of the folders THEN they create the ISO file[s]
> and place them on their servers.  It has been months since I have heard
> anything about having the ISOs on the LO site, since just before the CMS
> system was offered.  Right now, the CMS version of the NA DVD is being
> rebuilt and it will be only one line [so far] 3.3.x.  The current
> version of the NA DVDs at the LibreOffice-NA.US testing portal has 3.3.3
> Windows and Windows-Linux-Mac install versions with the same for the
> 3.4.1 installs.  That makes 4 DVDs that could be available for download
> and burning.
>
> I have kept that testing portal as up-to-date as I can.  Right now, with
> my broadband access, my upload speed takes about 7 hours or more to
> upload a full set of Windows, Linux [.deb and .rpm], and Mac [PPC and
> Intel], installs to the portal.  The CMS server system will be great,
> when the pages are online and fully edited to the point that the
> LibreOffice-NA.US portal DVD pages are.  The 3.3.3 pages on that CMS
> system should be ready by the end of August, and hopefully before then.  
> But, after the W-L-M version for 3.3.x installs is ready, then there
> will need to be one for the 3.4.x line and the Windows-only versions for
> those who do not want to download a DVD .iso file has the other OSs and
> is about twice the file size.  3.3.3 installs - Windows-only is about
> 1.9 GB in size, while Windows-Linux-Mac is about 3.9 GB in size.  
> Windows-only users would rather not download the extra 2 GB of file
> size, or at least I would not if I had the option not to.

   I was not aware of the size issues.

> >> I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large
> >> files to have a home for sharing.
> >>
> >> I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD ISO
> >> files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn DVDs.
> >>
> >> My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the two
> >> DVD versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in size.
> >> The account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable files online
> >> but if I have any ISO files, then they say that I am a repository and it
> >> is not allowed.
> >>
> >> My email account[s] is limited to under 500 MB file size even though I
> >> have one that has a 1 GB inbox/outbox size.  So I have problems with
> >> getting these files to anyone.
> >>
> >> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
> >> these LibreOffice ISO files?
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
>
>



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"webmaster for Kracked Press Productions" <[hidden email]> wrote
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>Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?
>
>I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large files
>to have a home for sharing.
>
>I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD ISO
>files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn DVDs.
>
>My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the two DVD
>versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in size.  The
>account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable files online but if I
>have any ISO files, then they say that I am a repository and it is not
>allowed.
>
>My email account[s] is limited to under 500 MB file size even though I have
>one that has a 1 GB inbox/outbox size.  So I have problems with getting
>these files to anyone.
>
>Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share these
>LibreOffice ISO files?
>

Dropbox?


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On 07/09/2011 08:34 PM, planas wrote:

> Hi
> On Sat, 2011-07-09 at 20:02 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
> Productions wrote:
>
>> On 07/09/2011 06:11 PM, planas wrote:
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> On Sat, 2011-07-09 at 14:40 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
>>> Productions wrote:
>>>
>>>> Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?
>>>       Never used, what about SourceForge or LO main site?
>> SourceForge has file size limits that will not allow for DVD size
>> files.  I have tried them and that is how I know this.
>>
>> The issue with the main LO site is "how do I get the .iso file there"?
>> The only way I know is to give FTP access to my files and they download
>> ALL of the files in ALL of the folders THEN they create the ISO file[s]
>> and place them on their servers.  It has been months since I have heard
>> anything about having the ISOs on the LO site, since just before the CMS
>> system was offered.  Right now, the CMS version of the NA DVD is being
>> rebuilt and it will be only one line [so far] 3.3.x.  The current
>> version of the NA DVDs at the LibreOffice-NA.US testing portal has 3.3.3
>> Windows and Windows-Linux-Mac install versions with the same for the
>> 3.4.1 installs.  That makes 4 DVDs that could be available for download
>> and burning.
>>
>> I have kept that testing portal as up-to-date as I can.  Right now, with
>> my broadband access, my upload speed takes about 7 hours or more to
>> upload a full set of Windows, Linux [.deb and .rpm], and Mac [PPC and
>> Intel], installs to the portal.  The CMS server system will be great,
>> when the pages are online and fully edited to the point that the
>> LibreOffice-NA.US portal DVD pages are.  The 3.3.3 pages on that CMS
>> system should be ready by the end of August, and hopefully before then.
>> But, after the W-L-M version for 3.3.x installs is ready, then there
>> will need to be one for the 3.4.x line and the Windows-only versions for
>> those who do not want to download a DVD .iso file has the other OSs and
>> is about twice the file size.  3.3.3 installs - Windows-only is about
>> 1.9 GB in size, while Windows-Linux-Mac is about 3.9 GB in size.
>> Windows-only users would rather not download the extra 2 GB of file
>> size, or at least I would not if I had the option not to.
>     I was not aware of the size issues.
>

The folders that hold the files for that are used to create the DVDs,
use the following space on a Linux formated drive:

3.3.3
Windows only - 1.9 GB
Windows, Linux [deb, rpm], Mac [PPC, Intel] - 3.7 GB

3.4.1
Windows only - 1.8 GB
Windows, Linux [deb, rpm], Mac [PPC, Intel] - 3.4 GB

The DVDs have a larger space need due to the formatting type.
3.3.3 has two Windows installs all-language and multi-language
3.4.1 has only one Windows install "multi-language".

Windows - 8 help packs plus the install file - 9 total for 3.4.1 and 10
for 3.3.3

Linux - deb/rpm/32-bit/64-bit - 8x4 help packs and 7x4 language packs
            60 files total plus the install files - 64 files total

Mac - PPC/Intel - have 14 total language pack files, but no help packs -
16 files total.

Plus all the dictionaries, documentation, extensions, templates,
artwork, etc., etc..

That takes a lot of file space.

>>>> I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large
>>>> files to have a home for sharing.
>>>>
>>>> I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD ISO
>>>> files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn DVDs.
>>>>
>>>> My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the two
>>>> DVD versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in size.
>>>> The account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable files online
>>>> but if I have any ISO files, then they say that I am a repository and it
>>>> is not allowed.
>>>>
>>>> My email account[s] is limited to under 500 MB file size even though I
>>>> have one that has a 1 GB inbox/outbox size.  So I have problems with
>>>> getting these files to anyone.
>>>>
>>>> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
>>>> these LibreOffice ISO files?


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On 07/09/2011 08:51 PM, Harold Fuchs wrote:

>
> "webmaster for Kracked Press Productions" <[hidden email]>
> wrote in message news:[hidden email]...
>
>> Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?
>>
>> I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large
>> files to have a home for sharing.
>>
>> I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD
>> ISO files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn
>> DVDs.
>>
>> My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the
>> two DVD versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in
>> size.  The account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable
>> files online but if I have any ISO files, then they say that I am a
>> repository and it is not allowed.
>>
>> My email account[s] is limited to under 500 MB file size even though
>> I have one that has a 1 GB inbox/outbox size.  So I have problems
>> with getting these files to anyone.
>>
>> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
>> these LibreOffice ISO files?
>>
>
> Dropbox?
>
>
Do no know that one.

Will check it out tomorrow, but most seems to have a limit that will not
allow CD and DVD size ISOs to be stored.



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On 07/09/2011 06:40 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:
> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
 these LibreOffice ISO files?

As an interim, if not permanent measure, can you distribute it on a P2P
network, as a torrent?

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On 07/09/2011 07:12 PM, Zak McKracken wrote:

> Am 09.07.2011, 20:40 Uhr, schrieb webmaster for Kracked Press
> Productions <[hidden email]>:>
>> My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the
>> two DVD versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in
>> size.  The account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable
>> files online but if I have any ISO files, then they say that I am a
>> repository and it is not allowed.
>
> Hmm... what would happen if you put the ISOs into a zip container? :)
>
3.7 GB as an ISO
3.4 GB as a zipped file.

> About putting it on the web somewhere: I've heard a lot of good things
> about Spideroak (https://spideroak.com/).  They'll certainly have no
> problems with whatever you put on there. Although, if you want more
> than 2 GB, you'll need to pay 10$ a month. So that might not be what
> you're looking for.
> The other method is of course BitTorrent. But that's only going to be
> working well if enough people are downloading it at the same time.
>
> Another question: What do you mean by "Libreoffice DVD"? The
> installers are just 217 and 188 MB large. So where do the other 3.1 GB
> come from?
>
>  Zak
Go to LibreOffice-NA.US for a complete answer to that question.  The
DVDs are browser based and they are on that testing portal for use.  The
DVDs are "offline" versions of what is on the testing portal.

LibreOffice North American Community DVD project has created this set of
DVDs that has the install files, help packs, and language packs for US
English, Great Britain English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Brazil
Portuguese, and Hebrew.  Also included on the DVD[s] are all the known
.oxt dictionary files, many extensions, many templates and sample files,
artwork, documentation, and other items that create a DVD that has
almost everything a LibreOffice user might want or need.

Over time, the pages from the testing portal will be recreated on the
CMS system
http://north-america.libreofficebox.org/

Hopefully the first version will be up and running [fully edited] by the
end of August.  That version will be 3.3.x Windows-Linux-Mac.  On the
testing portal, along with .iso files we have

3.3.3
Windows-only version
Windows-Linux-Mac version

3.4.1
Windows-only version
Windows-Linux-Mac version

It will take time to get all 4 versions re-created with the CMS system
specs, and have those .iso files available to the user base.  I want to
have a place for the current .iso files till the new ones are available
through the CMS system that Libreoffice.org has placed online for the
different teams across the globe.





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On 07/09/2011 09:36 PM, toki wrote:
> On 07/09/2011 06:40 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:
>> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
>   these LibreOffice ISO files?
>
> As an interim, if not permanent measure, can you distribute it on a P2P
> network, as a torrent?
>
> jonathon
I have a very low upload speed - about 120 KB/s, 2 to 3 time that of
dial-up - so I need to have the .iso files somewhere that has a better
bandwidth for people to download.  I do not think people will want to
wait 9 hours for a P2P or Torrent to download to their system coming
from my slow end of the connection.  My download speed is 10 MB/s or
better, but residential uploading is very limited.

I "need" a place that can handle broadband downloads of the .iso files
to the users.  I cannot provide that with my resources through my
connection.


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webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:

> On 07/09/2011 09:36 PM, toki wrote:
>> On 07/09/2011 06:40 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:
>>> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
>>   these LibreOffice ISO files?
>>
>> As an interim, if not permanent measure, can you distribute it on a P2P
>> network, as a torrent?
>>
>> jonathon
> I have a very low upload speed - about 120 KB/s, 2 to 3 time that of
> dial-up - so I need to have the .iso files somewhere that has a better
> bandwidth for people to download.  I do not think people will want to
> wait 9 hours for a P2P or Torrent to download to their system coming
> from my slow end of the connection.  My download speed is 10 MB/s or
> better, but residential uploading is very limited.
>
> I "need" a place that can handle broadband downloads of the .iso files
> to the users.  I cannot provide that with my resources through my
> connection.
>

Did you get my direct email on this?

Andy

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On 07/10/2011 10:09 AM, Andy Brown wrote:

> webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:
>> On 07/09/2011 09:36 PM, toki wrote:
>>> On 07/09/2011 06:40 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:
>>>> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share
>>>    these LibreOffice ISO files?
>>>
>>> As an interim, if not permanent measure, can you distribute it on a P2P
>>> network, as a torrent?
>>>
>>> jonathon
>> I have a very low upload speed - about 120 KB/s, 2 to 3 time that of
>> dial-up - so I need to have the .iso files somewhere that has a better
>> bandwidth for people to download.  I do not think people will want to
>> wait 9 hours for a P2P or Torrent to download to their system coming
>> from my slow end of the connection.  My download speed is 10 MB/s or
>> better, but residential uploading is very limited.
>>
>> I "need" a place that can handle broadband downloads of the .iso files
>> to the users.  I cannot provide that with my resources through my
>> connection.
>>
> Did you get my direct email on this?
>
> Andy
>
Yes.
will send answer directly.

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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?

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On Sat, Jul 9, 2011 at 9:40 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?
>
> I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large files to
> have a home for sharing.
>
> I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD ISO
> files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn DVDs.
>

If you can get the files on the LibreOffice distribution servers, then
they are automatically replicated
around the world to the different LibreOffice mirrors.
I think this would be the straightforward solution.

One thing you can do is provide a list of the files in the ISO, along
with filesize.
I am interested to see what exactly is inside the ISOs.
If you already created a Wiki page for this, please direct me to it.

> My hosting company will not allow files larger than 700+ MB and the two DVD
> versions [3.3.3 and 3.4.1] of LibreOffice are over 3.4 GB in size.  The
> account has not issues of having 100 GB of executable files online but if I
> have any ISO files, then they say that I am a repository and it is not
> allowed.
>
> My email account[s] is limited to under 500 MB file size even though I have
> one that has a 1 GB inbox/outbox size.  So I have problems with getting
> these files to anyone.
>
> Does anyone have any suggestions on low-cost or free places to share these
> LibreOffice ISO files?
>

Several web hosting providers offer 'unlimited bandwidth'. You can get
people to offer
part of this unlimited bandwidth (my webhosting offers me 'unlimited',
which I would love
to put it to use).

I am new to this DVD ISO discussion and I do not know the details
(what is included in the ISO,
individual file sizes, etc), so please give as much details as possible.
If we can position this ISO as the official distribution files for offline use,
then it's easy to get the on the libreoffice download servers, and
then they are mirrored for free around the world.

Simos

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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?

I have used RapidShare only for our MontelCD because free account has a
limit of 1000 Mb.
MontelDVD is currently hosted on Sourceforge   :-)


> On Sat, Jul 9, 2011 at 9:40 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press
> Productions<[hidden email]>  wrote:
>> Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?
>>
>> I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large files to
>> have a home for sharing.
>>
>> I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD ISO
>> files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn DVDs.
>>


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Both Rapidshare and Sourceforge will not allow a 3.x GB size of file on
their system[s].  I have tried.
CDs are in that file limit, but not DVDs.

Someplace must allow DVD ISO to be stored.

On 07/12/2011 04:10 AM, Stefano Fraccaro wrote:

> I have used RapidShare only for our MontelCD because free account has
> a limit of 1000 Mb.
> MontelDVD is currently hosted on Sourceforge   :-)
>
>
>> On Sat, Jul 9, 2011 at 9:40 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press
>> Productions<[hidden email]>  wrote:
>>> Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?
>>>
>>> I was thinking that seems the only place that may allow these large
>>> files to
>>> have a home for sharing.
>>>
>>> I want to have a place that could be a home for the LibreOffice DVD ISO
>>> files so they can be shared with others who can download and burn DVDs.
>>>
>
>


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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?

Are you sure? Look this url...

http://sourceforge.net/projects/monteldvd/files/ISO/


Il 12/07/2011 14.40, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions ha scritto:
>
> Both Rapidshare and Sourceforge will not allow a 3.x GB size of file
> on their system[s].  I have tried.
> CDs are in that file limit, but not DVDs.
>
> Someplace must allow DVD ISO to be stored.
>
>


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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Has anyone used RapidShare for sharing ISO files?

Hi :)
I was wondering if Tim could leave instructions so that someone with faster
upload could pull the things together and then add it to the normal downloads
part of the TDF servers (although accessed from a different web-page
obviously).  If his methods of work are anything like mine that would be almost
impossible.  

Regards from
Tom :)



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RapidShare for sharing ISO files?

Are you sure? Look this url...

http://sourceforge.net/projects/monteldvd/files/ISO/


Il 12/07/2011 14.40, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions ha scritto:
>
> Both Rapidshare and Sourceforge will not allow a 3.x GB size of file
> on their system[s].  I have tried.
> CDs are in that file limit, but not DVDs.
>
> Someplace must allow DVD ISO to be stored.
>
>


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