On Thu, 2012-05-10 at 12:08 +0200, Kevin Kofler wrote:
> drago01 wrote:
>> Not really, you are restricting yourself by the artificial CD size limit.
>> You don't have to use the full size of whatever bigger medium you
>> choose (DVD, 1 or 2GB stick) but you are currently providing a poorer
>> user experience because you insist on a medium from the last century.
> If every live image gets larger, that will also negatively affect the nice
> Multi Desktop Live DVDs the Ambassadors are now mass-producing. Those
> contain all our live CDs (all desktops in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions,
> where the bitness is autodetected at boot, but can be manually overridden)
> on one DVD, which is a great thing to hand out at events.
I am unable to find any ISOs of that media. It appears this is somewhat
Therefore I have difficulty evaluating just how much impact this would
be. Do you have a link to the recipe for building such an image? I
suspect the incremental cost of each additional desktop environment
would be successively lower, but without data...
Caveat: I wrote the tooling there. It does use the the generated Desktop
Live ISOs as a base for making the large "super" ISO.