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Re: tools/boot/woody/boot-i386 : jigdo images too large !

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On Tuesday 07 May 2002 08:27, you wrote:
> On Tuesday 07 May 2002 07:18, you wrote:
> > Le Tue, May 07, 2002 at 07:06:04AM -0700, Jim Westveer écrivait:
> >
> > > What I was actually searching for when I discovered this, is that the
> > > 3.0p2 woody i386 jigdo disk #1 that Phill Hands built, although
> > > seems to boot (at least in my case) it does not seem to be recognized
> > > as an iso9660 volume when I try to mount it.  Perhaps it was because
> > > the  MKISOFS_OPTS were clobbered, as you pointed out, by the :>
> >
> > It's not possible since the boot-i386 script always resets the
> > options (since it's using echo >...). It must be something else, it's
> > strange ... and annoying if it's true. May it be related to
> > isolinux ?

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Nope, its not ISOLINUX.  It's that the images that Phil
built (and myself also) were > 650 mb, and my poor little
Creative 24X CDROM just would not read them.
I poped in a newer drive, and everything was fine.

Soooo....  Perhaps some of the problems that people
were reporting with the ISOLINUX disks, might be
attributed to older drives that dont like CD's > 650 mb .. :-/

We should make sure that our Official images are less
than 650 mb !!!  The i386 CD #1 jigdo images from 
cdimage.d.o are 663+mb .


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