[Coco] "I had a Dream".

Stan Blazejewski stanblaz at optusnet.com.au
Sun Dec 20 02:07:19 EST 2015


I don't think 'your' speed is the problem.  I just started to download
that file and with the best speed attained it was going to take 2
weeks (14 days) so I suspect the server is limiting the speed.

I haven't done the math but judged on the time it's taken to download
other large files in the past, it should have been downloaded in a few
hours ... at worst, overnight.

MY speed test comes up as

On Sat, 19 Dec 2015 18:03:32 -0800, you wrote:

>Thank you.
>I cannot download the file due to my ISP Speed. DSL wires have been under the street for 45+ years and I am terrified of CommeBlast.
>http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/4929959652 (Actually the best I have ever seen.)
>Somebody with a fast ISP connection please download this file, I have seen very large CoCo files disappear before.
>Then we can check to see if it actually is MM CoCo files and when the snapshot was taken. And do the steps Bill has suggested.
>Eliminating "Ivan_Bliminse"'s files should be the first step (One is defective, a copy of RTSI's RSDOS files.)
>PM me when those steps are done and if persons can handle databases with > 500,000 entries and are interested in the task. It is very likely that if you have a database program that can handle the number of entries you can run the tool.

Australia isn't "down under", it's "off to one side"!

http://www.cobracat.com (home of the Australian Cobra Catamaran)
http://www.parkdaleyc.com (where most of them sail)
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cobra-cat/ (where we talk about them)
http://catsailor.net (where we talk even more)

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