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=== Desktop Live image size changed ===
 
=== Desktop Live image size changed ===
  
For the Desktop Live CD image on this release, we will now be targeting an approximately 1 GB size limit. So this will mean that the image will not fit on a recordable CD, which has an upper size limit of approximately 700 MB. This time users will now have to burn this image to either a DVD(which will require the user to have a DVD burner), or a USB stick.  Using a USB stick is highly recommended because this medium provides the capability to store data and update the system over time, depending on the size of the stick used.  High speed USB sticks are reusable and extremely inexpensive.
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For the Desktop Live CD image on this release, we will now be targeting an approximately 1 GB size limit. So this will mean that the image will not fit on a recordable CD, which has an upper size limit of approximately 700 MB. This time users will now have to burn this image to either a  
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DVD (which will require the user to have a DVD burner), or a USB stick.  Using a USB stick is highly recommended because this medium provides the capability to store data and update the system over time, depending on the size of the stick used.  High speed USB sticks are reusable and extremely inexpensive.
  
 
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Revision as of 02:12, 13 March 2010

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Live images

Desktop Live image size changed

For the Desktop Live CD image on this release, we will now be targeting an approximately 1 GB size limit. So this will mean that the image will not fit on a recordable CD, which has an upper size limit of approximately 700 MB. This time users will now have to burn this image to either a DVD (which will require the user to have a DVD burner), or a USB stick. Using a USB stick is highly recommended because this medium provides the capability to store data and update the system over time, depending on the size of the stick used. High speed USB sticks are reusable and extremely inexpensive.