The latest amd64 nightly desktop ISO is 730 megs
scott at open-vote.org
Mon Sep 17 06:11:01 BST 2007
Murat Gunes wrote:
> Scott Ritchie wrote:
>> In this case it didn't - I didn't even come across a warning.
> In http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/20070914/ I can clearly see that
> there are two files that end with .OVERSIZED; I guess the capitalization
> is to draw attention to the fact. You could also check for the presence
> of the file with a script to determine whether a particular day's image
> is oversized or not.
> You may want to file a bug in the ubuntu-cdimage product at Launchpad if
> you feel the warning should be in some other form and/or made more explicit.
Fair enough. Done: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-cdimage/+bug/140049
>> Honestly it would be best if no image was made, rather than an unburnable one.
>> Nothing wrong with skipping a few days when the nightly isn't buildable.
> Even though a VM isn't the ideal way to test, it's usable for many
> testing cases, and the fact that oversized images are still usable in a
> VM should be enough of a reason to keep building them.
This is a good point.
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