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Re: [K12OSN] Request to not to keep one BIG ISO image



Unless something has changed recently, I don't think
you need to download that ISO.  If you download and
install the ltsp-utils package, then run ltspadmin, it
will download all the individual files for you.  I
think the ISO is there for people who want to have a
local copy of all those files so that they can install
it on more than one system w/o downloading it all over
again.

-Rob

--- info <info proex-india com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I sincerly request Jim and his team to keep all new
> downloads as
> individual files.
> we here in India find it very difficult to download
> a single ISO image
> of 115 MB at one streach. 
> 
> the users who don't have that powerfull connections
> will be very
> greatful if you keep individual files.
> 
> 
> Regards
> K.Dinesh
> 
> 
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