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    I thought I would have a go at setting up a Pserver using Linux, the schools first, all well and good now that I have got Debian Etch on the machine, tried it with Ubuntu, Cups was unavailable, anyway I seem to have got myself in a bit of a rut, I have got as far as going to install Pykota, it gets as far as trying to download the files, but is unable to talk to the Server to download so I installed that bit manually, but now it is trying to download GhostPCL_1.41p1.tar.bz2, but it looks like the mirror is down. My question is is there anywhere else I can get this file. I have searched, all I can find is the current version, which I do not have the knowledge to use.


    Any ideas please.



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    First thing I'd do is use Lenny instead, etch is oldstable now.

    There doesn't seem to be an official pykota package in the archives (there was an intent to package, but it never happened - 2004). If you're not in a great hurry I'll see about packaging it for you, if it's not a complex one.

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    That would be great, many thanks.

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    Hmm, there are actually packages already available on the pykota site which you would be better using. (they are paid for, which is perfectly reasonable and therefore I'm not about to yank someone's livelihood from under their feet.)

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    Thanks for the pointer, I will go and have a butchers.


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