This is not the right list to ask; debian-user would be more appropriate in future. But see below. On Wed, 2014-11-05 at 07:58 -0800, Vanessa wrote: > hello, > I've been to 5 different sites, and yours and make 6 total > > > > I can down load any of the dvd current stable images > with the exception of > > 7.7.0/i386/iso-dvd/debian-7.7.0-i386-DVD-2.iso > > > > it keeps cratering at about 3.9 gig on the download > is there something wrong with the download > even the Debian site its self cratered at about the same point > > > tried HTTP and FTP and no difference [...] You will be unable to download files larger than about 4 GiB if either: - The download directory is on a FAT filesystem (which is the usual filesystem on removable flash cards and sticks). - The download program uses 32-bit file sizes. I don't know which common programs still have this problem. (The first DVD image is deliberately limited to be less than 4 GB so that it can be written to a 4 GB flash card. This also happens to avoid problems with 4 GiB limits.) Ben. -- Ben Hutchings The program is absolutely right; therefore, the computer must be wrong.
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