Andre Robatino wrote:
I have made available a deltaiso from the i386 Preview DVD ISO to the i386 RC2 ISO. It is 233945224 bytes (about 6-7% the size of the full ISO) with MD5 f0413ba9d23be4dd1778a06f35c80a43, and can be downloaded fromhttp://www.yourfilelink.com/get.php?fid=497480(after clicking on the "Proceed to File Download Page" link). To apply it, one needs to have the deltarpm package installed, and then run the commandapplydeltaiso Fedora-11-Preview-i386-DVD.iso Fedora-11-Preview_rc2-i386-DVD.diso Fedora-11-i386-DVD.iso(assuming the first two files are in the current directory). On a reasonably fast machine this should complete in about 15-20 minutes. Of course, one should check the sha256sum of the final ISO (listed in Fedora-11-i386-CHECKSUM as 07f1229ad5717d63d2e08d556b9221be71a825ad83b9090b4632bf7208189bf6) - I only provided the MD5 of the diso to allow a quick check that the download isn't corrupted. I don't intend to make disos for the other ISOs, since it would be far easier for someone who doesn't have to download the full ISO first. This was just done as a demonstration. Since the Preview for each of the platforms is already available on numerous mirrors, I suggest that the RC server should only host disos, with the Preview first being downloaded from elsewhere.
I've also made available a deltaiso from the x86_64 Preview DVD ISO to the x86_64 RC2 ISO. It is 240478767 bytes (5.6% of the size of the full ISO) with MD5 e82661f647b1509cefe7b63c8ad5e14b, and can be downloaded from
http://www.yourfilelink.com/get.php?fid=497599(after waiting for the 10-second countdown, then clicking on the "Proceed to File Download Page" link). The procedure for applying it is similar to the one for i386.
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