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[   ]MISSING-FILES2003-10-23 12:57 17K 
[   ]MISSING-FILES.README2003-08-13 19:05 4.1K 
[   ]README2019-10-03 12:24 2.9K 
[TXT]before-2003-08-01.md5sums.asc2003-10-23 12:55 396K 
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[   ]ls-lrRt.txt.gz2021-09-22 06:40 490K 
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[DIR]non-gnu/2010-04-08 20:17 -  
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[DIR]savannah/2007-11-08 12:46 -  
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[DIR]video/2013-05-07 17:46 -  
[   ]welcome.msg2018-12-18 15:01 2.8K 

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