its an script/package in the repo called infobash (open a terminal and type infobash -v3 to get the same level of detail as above.
the i386 refers to teh archetecture, i586 or i686 are subsets therein (I change my iso's to i686 as I only test it on pentium 2 onward (i686) it will work on some i586 (later pentium and amd K6-2 processor types)
No, it really is Jan, wish it was Ian, my family is from Shropshire. (way back when)
Sweet script. Mine shows as i386 too, realized they were subsets, but was wondering why it would show i386 instead of i686.. Oh well...
There is a big difference between this 60 gig drive and the old 10 gig, 10 seems to to be really choppy when accessing the swap, the 60 is much smoother, but then it's not almost full either...