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Possibly a silly question, but has a label been created for this?

    *rob cummings*, *designer*
    studio equis, llc
    *313 530 8002*

On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 2:21 PM, Marc Paré <> wrote:

Le 2011-02-22 14:00, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions a écrit :

 If they do not want to host it there, then we may have a problem for who
will host the ISO file[s]. According to, I am not allow to
host the ISO version of the DVD on my hosting account since that would
make it a repository account. I would like to know how/where the ISO can
be downloaded from within a GoDaddy account, or some other account.

This is a DVD iso we are working on. I see the following on the German


( coming soon: CD-ROMs for one operating system ( Windows Windows
^® and Linux Linux) with the suitable additions, but without
source code and SDK.

So we may need to make a CD version of this, without all of the extras
that makes this DVD so big.
The Linux install files are 762 MB so that will make a single Linux CD

  Yup, CD version would be nice for the less fortunate who have older
machines and slow/no internet. Although, there are no new boxes being sold
with CD drives. You can barely find any blank CD's anymore and they are so
much more expensive than the DVD price. For the price of a pack of 25 or 30
blank CD's you can buy a brand new DVD burner. I normally tell people to
exchange their CD drives with a DVD and push the fact that they can then
watch movies on their computers. Usually works.

I used to be a white box builder -- Mandriva-Free boxes.



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