Interesting, never knew that. I used to have a small Unix training
center in Pleasant Hill (city next to Walnut Creek) and tried to get
some old FreeBSD CDs from Walnut CDROM. My idea was to give them
away free to prospective students. But I was told that all old CDs
were instantly destroyed, when a new release came out. Even offering
to pay a few $ for each CD did not help.
Well, they are generally destroyed, yes, though if someone makes prior
arrangements with Walnut Creek CDROM or I undertake to grab some
number of them and send them off to people, that can be done first.
You probably asked a good deal after the previous release had come out
and they were, in fact, already slated for destruction and declared as
such. Once that point is reached, there is indeed no going back. :(
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