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Re: [opensuse] 10.1 DVD delay
  • From: HG <hg.list@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 13 May 2006 16:23:12 +0300
  • Message-id: <6f133dde0605130623q67945070wff4424cbc2c4d6f1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Getting DVD's out at different time is ok. And putting them on only on
BT in the beginning is also fine.

On 5/13/06, Matt Bottrell <mbottrell@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Is this something that can be looked at for 10.2? Most users these days DO
have DVD drives... and prefer the idea of not changing media during an

I'd also like to add that there are no problems with DL disks either!
There was a note somwhere that the reason why the DVD does not contain
everything that the retail DVD has is because the retail is DL. To me
this is a "reason" that really has nothing to do with the reality.
There must be something else behind it. I just do not know what as
there seems to be a additional CD with the non-OSS packages... so it
can't be that?

Would be interesting to see how many users currently suck down the CD images
to turn around just to create the DVD.

Personally, I'm still waiting to hear how this turns out (basically it
seems that the package management is so broken that I will say out).
But I have 3 types of installations that I do
1) DVD (if DVD drive available)
2) the mini-CD+Network
3) floppy + network (I still need these)
I could not care too much about the "full" CD's... and for network, I
generally use locally mounted DVD :-)


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