"BMW 3 Series 1992-1998 Service Manual.pdf" yEnc

To anyone interested: This pdf copy of the Bentley e36 manual is available in the newsgroup alt.binaries.ebook.technical

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waffled on about something:

I think you'll find that's alt.binaries.e-book.technical
Unfortunately the post has already completely expired on my server, all I have is Tinman saying thank you.
A little heads up for any UK peeps who do download it, IIRC the American Bentley manual does not cover the 316 engine, or any of the diesels.
Dodgy.
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Dodgy wrote:

And a downloaded copy like this is not only illegal (copyright laws) but also is theft - of the work of the author and publishing expenses of the publisher.
If you're OK with being a thief and stealing someones work..
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admin wrote:

I agree 100% with this sentiment, especially as it relates to manuals such as Bentley's where they obviously created a lot of original material, designed and packaged it in a useful way, and now sell them at a reasonable cost.
When companies such as BMW try to gouge the consumer for their shop or parts manuals it starts to get into a slightly different area.
> > If you're OK with being a thief and stealing someones work..
The ONLY exception I can see would be if someone already purchased the paper version of this manual (as I have) and merely wanted a searchable pdf copy for their PC.
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On Wed, 11 Oct 2006 10:41:26 -0400, Fred W

Your Bentley to BMW comparison is very interesting, but I think you're confusing what you personally see as "right" and "wrong" with copyright law.
It won't stand up in court, you know.
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Dean Dark wrote:

Absolutely true. It was purely from a personal ethics point of view.
It is also illegal to drive faster than 65 mph on most divided highways in the US.
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That would be, what? 90% of the known internet?
Don't look at me I paid for my real copy.
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