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Old 23rd July 2010, 23:20
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Anybody has an idea on how to download vmware images on howtoforge with links or anyother way directly on a linux server partition without X. This to avoid having to download on desktop and reupload on the server?

At the same time, where are the md5sum file for those images?

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Anybody has an idea on how to download vmware images on howtoforge with links or anyother way directly on a linux server partition without X. This to avoid having to download on desktop and reupload on the server?
That's not possible.

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At the same time, where are the md5sum file for those images?
There are no such files.
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