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Got Space

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PCLinuxOS

Just wondering if anyone would know where I could post some RPMs for PclinuxOS just little apps like aMsn and kbfx for people to download. I'd appreciate any space, thanks

SRPMS

Just send your srpms to contribs and after review they will be posted in the pclos repositories.

re: got space

How many downloads you anticipating? If we're talking just a few a day, then I can host them. If you're talking more then Tex has been known to host a few contrib rpms. Send me a message thru the contact me form and we'll take a look.

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