Darael

[share] Non-bandwidth-limited source for update.zip files

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I have placed the OSD three ICS update.zip files in my possession (the Xolo full dump, the Orange update, and the 58MiB patch for Xolo) on my server.  This has the advantage over dropbox that it's not limited to a set number of downloads per time period... even if that server is really just an ex-laptop on a home internet connection (don't worry, there's no cap on uploads, just a "fair use policy" and my Humble Bundle torrents consume more upload bandwidth than I anticipate coming from this).

 

The files are here, and if I can host anything else useful just drop me a message of some kind on where I can get a copy.

 

I suppose "non-bandwidth-limited" is a misleading name, really, since obviously I have a maximum upload *speed*, I just don't have a cap.

 

Oh, well.

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I have placed the OSD three ICS update.zip files in my possession (the Xolo full dump, the Orange update, and the 58MiB patch for Xolo) on my server.  This has the advantage over dropbox that it's not limited to a set number of downloads per time period... even if that server is really just an ex-laptop on a home internet connection (don't worry, there's no cap on uploads, just a "fair use policy" and my Humble Bundle torrents consume more upload bandwidth than I anticipate coming from this).

 

The files are here, and if I can host anything else useful just drop me a message of some kind on where I can get a copy.

 

I suppose "non-bandwidth-limited" is a misleading name, really, since obviously I have a maximum upload *speed*, I just don't have a cap.

 

Oh, well.

Great! Shall look into the 58 MB update.zip.

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Excellent, I'll PM you a dropbox link to the complete AIO folder zipped minus the Orange and Xolo zips since you're hosting them separately. All people would have to do is to unzip the tools.zip to the c:\ drive and copy the Xolo update.zip to C:\SanDiego\tools\bricked & C:\SanDiego\tools\xolo folders and the Orange update.zip to the C:\SanDiego\tools\orange folder.

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Excellent, I'll PM you a dropbox link to the complete AIO folder zipped minus the Orange and Xolo zips since you're hosting them separately. All people would have to do is to unzip the tools.zip to the c:\ drive and copy the Xolo update.zip to C:\SanDiego\tools\bricked & C:\SanDiego\tools\xolo folders and the Orange update.zip to the C:\SanDiego\tools\orange folder.

Uploaded to the parent folder (so it's at http://darael.tpchq.org/SanDiego).

Took longer than I would have liked, because I'm away from home with only my OSD for an SSH client, but it's done now

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Uploaded to the parent folder (so it's at http://darael.tpchq.org/SanDiego).

Took longer than I would have liked, because I'm away from home with only my OSD for an SSH client, but it's done now

Lol, you'll be the reason I just received an email from them to say my public links have been suspended then... again.

 

Cheers for hosting them.

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At some point I shall bother telling Apache to be case-insensitive on those paths, but until then remember that SanDiego is capitalised.  I've seen a couple of failed downloads in my logs because of that.

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