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9                    <h1>Download Mondo Rescue</h1>
10    <div class="h2-1">
11      <h2>This is Free Software</h2>
12    </div>
13    <p>Copyright (c) 2000-2013
14    Mondo Rescue is a copyrighted work, written collectively by many
15    <a href="/thanks.shtml">contributors</a>, delivered under the GPL.</p>
16    <p>
17This program is <a href="">free software</a>; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the <a href="">GNU General Public License</a> version 2 or later, as published by the <a href="">Free Software Foundation</a>.<br/>
18This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License for more details.</p>
20    <div class="h2-2">
21      <h2>Mirrors</h2>
22    </div>
23    <p><A NAME="mirrors"></A>
24    <p>We are interested in up to date mirrors for both the Web and FTP sites. Please contact us on the <a href="/support.shtml">mailing list</a>.
25    <ul>
26        <li><b>Europe</b>:
27        <ul>
28            <li><i>France</i>:</li>
29            <ul>
30                <li>HP/Intel Solution Center:
31                    <a href="">Web site</a>,
32                    <a href="">Ftp site (ftp)</a>
33                    <a href="">Ftp site (http)</a>
34                    <a href="rsync://">Ftp site (rsync)</a>
35                    <ul>
36                            <li>Update times: Master site</li>
37                            <li>Internet Bandwith: 10Mbit</li>
38                    </ul>
39                </li>
40            </ul>
41            <li><i>Italy</i>:</li>
42            <ul>
43                    <li>Dimitri Bellini (<a href=""></a>):
44                    <a href="">Web site</a>,
45                    <a href="">Ftp site (ftp)</a>
46                    <a href="">Ftp site (http)</a>
47                    <ul>
48                            <li>Update times: 1 time/day</li>
49                            <li>Internet Bandwith: Mbit</li>
50                    </ul>
51                </li>
52            </ul>
53        </ul>
54        <li><b>America</b>:
55        <ul>
56            <li><i>USA</i>:</li>
57            <ul>
58                    <li>Peter Clark:
59                    <a href="">Web site</a>,
60                    <a href="">Ftp site (ftp)</a>
61                    <a href="">Ftp site (http)</a>
62                    <ul>
63                            <li>Update times: 1 time/day</li>
64                            <li>Internet Bandwith: 8 Mbit</li>
65                    </ul>
66                </li>
67            </ul>
68        </ul>
69    </ul>
71    <div class="h2-3">
72      <h2>Dependencies</h2>
73    </div>
74    <p><A NAME="dependencies"></A>
75<p>The solution is being written in C/bash/perl and developed on a <a href="">Mageia</a> <a href="">Gnu</a>/<a href="">Linux</a> distribution. For it to work, you will need:</p>
77<li><b><a href="">afio</a></b>: the packaging tool used to create the archive packets</li>
78<li><b><a href="">gzip</a></b>: the most standard compressor used by Mondo Rescue</li>
79<li><b><a href="">mkisofs</a></b>: the tool to create ISO images</li>
80<li><b><a href="">mindi-busybox</a></b>: the swiss army knife <a href="">busybox</a> configured for mindi: a full set of commands in a single binary (embedded)</li>
81<li><b><a href="">mindi</a></b>: the mini-distro builder part of the project</li>
82<li><b><a href="">mondo</a></b>: the disaster recovery tool itself</li>
85<p>For Mageia/Mandriva/Mandrake distributions, just use the magic:<br>
86<tt>urpmi mondo</tt>
87to use the native packages of your distribution, or download the <a href="">repo file</a> mondorescue.addmedia script and launch it if you want to use upstream packages.
89<p>For Fedora distributions, after downloading the <a href="">repo file</a> mondorescue.repo and adding it to the /etc/yum.repos.d directory, just use the magic:<br>
90<tt>yum install mondo</tt>
92For Debian/Ubuntu, just use the magic: <br>
93<tt>apt-get install mondo</tt>
94to use the native packages of your distribution, or download the <a href="">repo file</a> mondorescue.sources.list and add it to your /etc/apt/sources.list.d directory if you want to use upstream packages.
96For the other RPM based distributions, you will have to issue a <br>
97<tt>rpm -ivh *.rpm</tt><br>
98in the directory containing all the required packages, and solve dependancies manually.
101    <div class="h2-4">
102      <h2>Downloads</h2>
103    </div>
104    <p>Mondo's FTP site is available at <a href=""></a></p>
105<h3>Source code</h3>
107    <li>tarballs are available under <a href=""></a></li>
108    <li>Subversion browing available at <a href=""></a></li>
109    <li>Anonymous SVN Subversion check out of the project available with the following instruction set: <pre><tt>svn checkout svn://</tt></pre></li>
114<p>All the MondoRescue packages are built thanks to the <a href=""></a> tool.</p>
115<p>Most of the time, you'll be able to download directly the packages suited for your distribution. Currently we provide packages for :
117        <li>RedHat <a href="">7.3</a>, <a href="">9</a>.</li>
118        <li>Fedora <a href="">Core 4</a>, <a href="">Core 5</a>, <a href="">Core 6</a>, <a href="">7</a>, <a href="">8</a>, <a href="">9</a>, <a href="">10</a>, <a href="">11</a>, <a href="">12</a>, <a href="">13</a>, <a href="">14</a>, <a href="">15</a>, <a href="">16</a>, <a href="">17</a>, <a href="">18</a>, <a href="">19</a>.</li>
119        <li>RedHat Enterprise Linux <a href="">2.1</a>, <a href="">3</a>, <a href="">4</a>, <a href="">5</a>, <a href="">6</a>.</li> (The same packages can be used for other RHEL clones such as CentOS, OEL, Scientific Linux, ...)
120        <li>Mageia <a href="">1</a>, <a href="">2</a>, <a href="">3</a>.</li>
121        <li>Mandriva <a href="">10.1</a>, <a href="">10.2</a>, <a href="">2006.0</a>, <a href="">2007.0</a>, <a href="">2007.1</a>., <a href="">2008.0</a>, <a href="">2008.1</a>, <a href="">2009.0</a>,  <a href="">2009.1</a>, <a href="">2010.0</a>, <a href="">2010.1</a>.</li>
122        <li>OpenSuSE <a href="">10.0</a>, <a href="">10.1</a>, <a href="">10.2</a>, <a href="">10.3</a>, <a href="">11.0</a>, <a href="">11.1</a>, <a href="">11.2</a>, <a href="">11.3</a>, <a href="">11.4</a>, <a href="">12.1</a>, <a href="">12.2</a>, <a href="">12.3</a>,. Look also at <a href="">this</a> web page for SuSE details. <a href="">Packman</a> may have some useful additional packages.
123        <li>SuSE Linux Enterprise Server <a href="">9</a>, <a href="">10</a>, <a href="">11</a>.</li>
124        <li>Asianux <a href="">2</a>, <a href="">3</a>.</li>
125        <li>Debian <a href="">3.1</a>, <a href="">4.0</a>, <a href="">5.0</a>, <a href="">6.0</a>, <a href="">7.1</a>. Look also at <a href="">this</a> web page for Debian details.</li>
126        <li>Ubuntu <a href="">6.04</a>, <a href="">7.04</a>, <a href="">7.10</a>, <a href="">8.04</a>, <a href="">8.10</a>, <a href="">9.04</a>, <a href="">9.10</a>, <a href="">10.04</a>, <a href="">10.10</a>, <a href="">11.04</a>, <a href="">11.10</a>, <a href="">12.04</a>, <a href="">12.10</a>, <a href="">13.04</a>.</li>
127        <li>Gentoo <a href="">nover</a>.
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129        <li>Slackware <a href="">10.2</a>, <a href="">11.0</a>.
130        -->
133<p>Older packages are also on the <a href="">ftp</a> site to help for some old fashion distros/versions.</p>
134<p>Test packages are also on the <a href="">ftp</a> site for people wanting to test latest versions and report their success/failures.</p>
137<h3>Mondo Rescue CD</h3>
139<p>In order to make it as easy as possible for you to use Mondo Rescue, you may want to download the latest <a href="">Mondo Rescue CD</a> which contains all the packages with its dependancies available on the ftp site. It is updated daily (Currently un-available for bandwidth issues)
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141      <h2>Change Logs</h2>
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