FreeBSD 7.1 Content
antik at bsd.ee
Thu Sep 4 13:58:05 UTC 2008
Royce Williams wrote:
> Peter Jeremy wrote, on 9/4/2008 12:54 AM:
>> 2) Traditionally, the ISO images have been sized to fit on 650MB CD-RWs.
>> Maybe this should be revisited but during a release freeze is not
>> the right time for that.
> Isn't there a little more room now by default? From the 7.0 release
> The ISO images for FreeBSD are now sized for 700MB CDROM media. For
> most prior versions of FreeBSD, they assumed 650MB CDROM media. [MERGED]
First: Do you realise that there are old computers still in use that
can't read more than 650MB cd media in case some sudden upgrade needed?
Second: Why there is no rescue environment available on 1st cd? It is
really lame to pop in second "livecd" (why such a name is beyound me-
there is nothing live there...).
I'd suggest to remove ports tree from first cd (we are using csup and
portsnap anyway?) and move it to second- leaving more important features
to first one.
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