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Re: [vox-outreach] theopencd



On Fri, May 07, 2004 at 19:33:00PM -0700, Jimbo wrote:
> Just came back from fry's.  They have a sweet deal on 100 cds for only 14
> duckets!  Today is the last day of the sale.  They close at 9pm.  I also
> bought some labels and sleeves as well so it will all look semi
> professional.

This reminds me, there was some talk of making labels for the CDs a
while back. Does anyone know what came of that? It'd be nice to have
something that looks a little nicer than "GnuWin II" written in black
ink on a blank disc.

> I am going to make 15 copies of theopencd and if all goes well I will make
> 15 copies of  Knoppix 3.2 that I have recently downloaded in iso format.  I
> dont know if it will fit on my cd though...my cds I just bought are 700mb
> and the file is 712,774 kb in size.  Not knowing much about burning Im
> thinking that I can be able to at least try and see if it can work.  I also
> have gnuwin 2.2 and it is 717,458 kb.
> 
> If any insight or ideas let me know, soon.

(I don't mean any of this to sound like help isn't welcome...just trying
to direct help into the most benificial direction.) I believe we've
already got some (300?) professionally made Knoppix discs. I'm not
positive they've got them for WEF, but I'm pretty sure they'll be there
by GTC (I haven't heard much on this lately.) Also, I don't think they
wouldn't be appreciated, but we should probably keep consistent with the
CDs we're giving out. I know we've already got quite a few GnuWinII CDs,
and throwing TheOpenCD into the mix might just be confusing. I know last
year at GTC we had a laminated list of what was included on GnuWin that
we could point people to.

I'd also double check that you've got the latest version of what you
plan to burn. I've been (and others as well) burning GnuWin 2.3beta. It
looks like Knoppix is also at version 3.4 now.

As far as whether they will fit on a CD, you've gotta remember that 1MB
= 1024KB. So that gnuwin 2.2 iso at 717,458KB is only 700.64MB

P.S. I've nearly got 50 GnuWin CDs ready to bring to WEF tomorrow. I'll
have another 50 by setup time for GTC.
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