StankDawg

LINUX: The motion picture!

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...13 months later... ^_^

i just watched this film, it's gets two thumbs and a jigga monkey. :voteyes: :voteyes: :jigga2:

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Surely a movie about Linux would have a trailer I could watch in Linux. Anyone have a link to one?

It's amazing how so many professionally made sites think everyone uses Windows.

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I'm downloading it on emule right now. If someone wants to mirror it I can send it to someone when it's done.

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i've had ths for a while now. its an ok movie. not much to say about it really. they discuss the history of linux, what it is, and the future of it. sort of the true hackers, if you will. nicely made movie if you ask me. if anyone wants it, hit me with requests.

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yeah, the full thing...

how much space does your /incomming dir have available?

a pm to one of the people downloading would probably prove benefitial

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if someone has a place for me to put it that'd be great. my up speed sux and would probably kill something if a few ppl tried to grab it.

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How about we start a bittorrent for the movie? It takes very little bandwidth for someone to host the tracker.

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How about we start a bittorrent for the movie? It takes very little bandwidth for someone to host the tracker.

i would seed it. i am too poor to afford ANY kind of hosting space though, and i'm not sure how long it would last on angelfire. if i encoded the torrent in some kind of commercial encoding, in a way that was agreed upon in the forums, it might not get spider'd...

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That movie is always on the Sundance Channel. I watched very little parts..mabye one of these days ill actually see it. I think its some sort documentary movie.

edit\ The next showing is Monday 11.24.2003 5:50AM PT/ET. Usually you'll get sundance channel with Digital Basic or most satellite providers. I dont think on simple cable basic you will really get this..but...check local listings! haha Sundance Channel is kind of like a free premium channel. Commerical Free and they don't cut out anyways (like IFC network and some others)

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How about we start a bittorrent for the movie?  It takes very little bandwidth for someone to host the tracker.

i would seed it. i am too poor to afford ANY kind of hosting space though, and i'm not sure how long it would last on angelfire. if i encoded the torrent in some kind of commercial encoding, in a way that was agreed upon in the forums, it might not get spider'd...

Actually a tracker is more like a server. The bittorrent client goes to the tracker to find out who it can download from and who to upload to. So to host it you have to have someone agree to run the tracker software. Hosts like Angelfire can only host the .torrent file that basically tells your client what file to download from which tracker.

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ftp.binrev.com/incoming should have plenty of room...

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I could rip a fresh copy... at whatever quality pushes your buttons... or, if you prefer the bt/mule one, thats fine too. ;)

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post me a link to grabbing the movie and Ill see what I can do about putting it up on a fast host.

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obfuscated, are you wise in the ways of the dvd ripping??

uh where did that come from????.... anyway ill try and pull some strings and get an ftp for da mov

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why can't you play this stuff under linux kizzle, I played some of my porn from /mnt/windows with mplayer...and all the formats seemed to work fine

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