Image size limit

Andrés Muñiz Piniella a75576 at
Sun Aug 9 10:48:43 UTC 2015

El 9 de agosto de 2015 11:45:49 GMT+01:00, Tim <darkxst at> escribió:
>On 09/08/15 19:49, Andrés Muñiz Piniella wrote:
>> El 9 de agosto de 2015 10:38:39 GMT+01:00, Tim <darkxst at>
>>> What do people think about increasing the size limits on our ISO's,
>>> currently have a 1GB limit set, but that is pretty arbitrary and was
>>> mainly intended so the image would fit on 1GB usb key. That seems
>>> a somewhat dated requirement these days, with usb keys much cheaper
>>> for the most part probably much bigger than 1GB.
>> Live usb recommend to use at least 2GB size last I checked. The free
>usb I got in my latest conference was a credit card size 4Gb.
>We have had the 1GB limit since the very start so 2013 and its not been
>reviewed since.

I mean the programs used for liveUSBs.

>> Would 1.5GB be more than enough? Might be an issue for people using
>phone networks.also, I'd like some left over space for files and
>I'm tempted to set actual the limit at that (the one that fires off
>oversized image warnings), but probably for the forseeable future we
>keep it under 1.2-1.3GB
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