In the event that a company, entity or person on the list appears to match a party potentially involved in your export transaction, additional due diligence should be conducted before proceeding. Prior to taking further action, the user must check the official publication of restricted parties in the Federal Register or the official lists of restricted parties maintained on the web sites of the Departments of Commerce, State and the Treasury to ensure full compliance with all of the terms and conditions of the restrictions placed on the parties on this list.
There may be a strict export prohibition, requirement for seeking a license application, evaluation of the end-use or user to ensure it does not result in an activity prohibited by any U. The links below, under “Sources” will connect you to the specific webpage where additional information about how to use each specific list is contained.
The Pacman Mirrorlist Generator can also be used to find a list of current IPv6 mirrors.
To enable mirrors, edit Mirrors can be out of sync and the package list from the old mirror may not correspond to the package list of the new mirror, even though the dates of the lists may suggest that they do. To set a priority to mirrors, the mirrorlist file has to be sorted manually or using a script.
The downloadable files will be saved as or where yyyy is the year, mm is the month, and dd is the day when the files were updated.
The Consolidated Screening List (CSL) is a list of parties for which the United States Government maintains restrictions on certain exports, reexports or transfers of items.
Use the site closest to you for the fastest downloads possible whether it is a primary or secondary site.
The program for determining the site with the most throughput.
Just because a site is secondary doesn't necessarily mean it'll be any slower or less up to date than a primary site.
In fact, a secondary mirror that carries your architecture and is closer to you as the user and, therefore, faster, is almost always preferable to a primary that is farther away.