The latest amd64 nightly desktop ISO is 730 megs
mgunes at ubuntu.com
Mon Sep 17 04:37:10 UTC 2007
> That really does not make any sense if thats the case. What is the
> point in making daily images available for testing if know one is going
> to be able to use them?
Not many daily images end up oversized. If it were a substantial
percentage of all images, you'd have a point. With the current state of
things, people can wait a day, or two at worst, or use the image from a
day or two before (I think jidgo is not an option with the live CDs, but
should be usable with the alternate CD; I'd be happy if someone could
confirm this). It's not realistic to expect all uploads to be concerted
to such an extent as to be able to meet a certain maximum size on a
Scott Ritchie wrote:
> Perhaps the build script should throw up a warning somewhere. Otherwise
> there's almost no point to having them.
I think it creates files that end with .OVERSIZED corresponding to the
image that ends up being oversized.
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