which ISO for a system with SATA drives?
volvoguy at gmail.com
Wed Sep 29 03:55:37 UTC 2004
On Tue, 28 Sep 2004 12:55:59 +0100, Colin Watson <cjwatson at canonical.com> wrote:
> > Gotcha. I'm going with Warty!
> They're all Warty. :-) I assume you mean the Warty preview release,
Oops. Yes, I went with the preview release. I must have done something
wrong the first time I tried, because I went through the whole install
process without any errors, but ended up with a system with no X stuff
and no Gnome. I tried again assuming I did something wrong and/or to
try to duplicate it for troubleshooting, but the second attempt was a
complete success. Man, there's a big difference between running Ubuntu
on a 400Mhz machine with 384Mb of RAM, and a 2.8Ghz machine with a Gig
of RAM! :-)
> Yep. My standard invocation is like this:
> rsync -avzP archive.ubuntulinux.org::cdimage/daily/current/warty-i386.iso ./warty-i386.iso
> That updates ./warty-i386.iso with whatever's currently in the archive,
> while not bothering to download parts it's already seen. It's rather
That is the coolest thing I've ever seen. (I know, I'm sheltered). I
knew that it would only download the changed files in a directory or
something but I had no idea it could replace the updated parts within
an ISO file. That's too cool. Thanks!
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