How To Use Foss Torrents To Download And Seed Linux Isos · The Kernal
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If you are testing Linux distros, or just like distro hopping, the chances are that you’re downloading a lot of ISO files. But, that can be quite a hassle, especially if you are downloading large amounts. It would be nice to have all of your ISO’s in one place, Right? Well, thanks to FOSS Torrents, that is possible. I’ll show you how you can download torrenting software, find ISO’s, and even help out less fortunate Linux distros by seeding their ISO’s.
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I liked your article about TTY and will try some of those. you can streaming YT or odysee, too, I think, using ‘mpv --no-audio <URL>’

I also can use micro as a word manager in TTY.

Regarding Linux .iso files to download - I would love an antiX core already set up with WiFi and Fluxbox and/or a netinstall of Debian with Fluxbox or xfmf and WiFi already installed. What are the chances of finding customized versions like this? Not finding much on the web.

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