Herd3 Download Site/Page

Asked by Craig Huffstetler on 2007-02-06

http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/releases/feisty/herd3

contains no data/information/files. When will they be up or re-put up?

Is there a mirror?

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Where did you find the link to herd3? Was it on an official page somewhere?

Best Craig Huffstetler (xq) said : #3

Now the link is working. It had not worked for over 48 hours after I found the page.

Yes, Alan, the link is found on:

http://www.ubuntu.com/testing/

Near the bottom with the other testing releases. It is an official page.

Craig Huffstetler (xq) said : #4

And thank you, Chris0attes, I am just assuming that the page was taken down/removed or some other mishap occurred between my posting and your posting due to the availability of the page itself.

Cheers all!

Craig Huffstetler (xq) said : #5

And I see the issue -- it is simply the "-" mark between "herd" and 3" which was not included on the HREF="" on the information in the official page. The link has been updated and is functioning fine as of now.

James (jasch1) said : #6

I have had an installation of Feisty since it became available. Before early in Alpha
3, it had become a smooth operating system. I was able to do just about any thing that I wanted to. I keep an installation of Edgy for main stuff and it works exceptionally well. I have three other computers on the network with Windows 2000 and a laptop
with Windows XP. I use the Edgy machine for most of my work, I perfer it over Windows for most everything except networking. I had thought that Feisty 3 was to be the best thing yet, but when the upgrades started for alpha 3, it became almost unuseable. Sometime it would boot and sometimes it would just lock up. I tried it
with more than one downloads of the iso. I didn't expect it to be without problems and
I expect the problems will be solved before April 19. Thanks to all who work so hard to provide the code to make for the free operating system. I am so pleased to get to see the building of the best system yet.

Craig Huffstetler (xq) said : #7

Yeah, I'm looking to just help test and fix some kinks. I have realized what a major, great operating system Ubuntu is and want to support it in anyway possible.

I run Windows Vista on my main/gamer/design PC and Ubuntu (still trying to figure out the version to run, lol -- herd-3 is VERY buggy as I see) on an IBM Laptop...but I do want to help test. Need some stability though! ;)