cra at WPI.EDU
Tue Oct 28 13:49:49 UTC 2008
On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 11:27:09PM -0500, John Morris wrote:
> On Sun, 2008-10-26 at 15:47, rjames wrote:
> > If you guys are going to be using these in the future for live cd's, you need to make sure you aren't overburning these things because a hell of a lot of cd/dvd burners *DON'T* support this, and the snap 3 386 live cd iso are overburned [703 megs instead of the standard 650/702 megs].
> > None of my Liteon dvd burners support overburning and I don't think the older sony cdwr drive I have in a older computer supports it either.
> > If you are going to be overburning these things, at least say so, so people won't waste their time downloading something that's going to be unusable on their machines.
> Or just keep a couple of DVD-RW around for burning one off test installs
> onto and stop piling up so many discs that aren't good for much a month
> later. Better still, if you have a super-multi drives on your test
> machines is to use DVD-RAM.
I stuck all 6 LiveCD's onto a single DVD to save media and still enjoy
testing all 6 spins at once (i686 & x86_64 Desktop, KDE, XFCE).
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