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<ul>
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<li> The latest version of the Emulab software can be
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     <a href="https://gitlab.flux.utah.edu/emulab/emulab-devel/wikis/Git-Repository">downloaded via Git</a>.
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<li> The Frisbee disk loader;
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     We no longer support Frisbee as a separate distribution.
     The Frisbee source is part of the Emulab source distribution and can
     be found in the <code>clientside/os/frisbee.redux</code> subdirectory.
     It is normally built as part of the complete Emulab build process,
     but there is a <code>Makefile.sa-linux</code> which should work to build
     Frisbee independently of Emulab. The tool for creating Frisbee format
     disk images is in the <code>clientside/os/imagezip subdirectory</code>.
     Likewise, there is a <code>Makefile.sa-linux</code> standalone Makefile.
     <p>
     We also no longer distribute a bootable FreeBSD ISO image with
     the Frisbee client included. The last such distribution is from
     July 2008 and can still be found
     <a href="/downloads/frisbee6-fs-20080702.iso">here</a>,
     but it is based on FreeBSD 6 and is unlikely to boot on any
     modern hardware. However, with a small amount of work you should
     be able to build the Frisbee client and embed it in the bootable
     distro of your choice.
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