Kevin Kofler wrote:
Toshio Kuratomi <a.badger <at> gmail.com> writes:the x86_64 spins of both the live Desktop and live KDE spins are both larger than a CD already.No, in Fedora 9 they aren't, due to the removal of all multilib packages by default, the x86_64 live images are now below 700 MB, but barely. Adding yelp and its dependencies would put the KDE image well above 700 MB, both for i686 and for x86_64.
You can't count on that::-rw-r--r-- 1 ftp ftp 729272320 May 08 02:31 Fedora-9-x86_64-Live-KDE.iso -rw-r--r-- 1 ftp ftp 727169024 May 08 02:18 Fedora-9-x86_64-Live.iso
"""A Mode-1 CD-ROM, which has the full three layers of error correction data, contains a net 2048 bytes of the available 2352 per sector. In a Mode-2 CD-ROM, which is mostly used for video files, there are 2336 user-available bytes per sector. The net byte rate of a Mode-1 CD-ROM, based on comparison to CDDA audio standards, is 44.1k/s×4B×2048/2352 = 153.6 kB/s. The playing time is 74 minutes, or 4440 seconds, so that the net capacity of a Mode-1 CD-ROM is 682 MB."""
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