I just ran the script, and my final iso 1.1GiB in size, is this what anyone else is seeing?
Code:ls -l *iso -rw-rw-r-- 1 cariboo cariboo 1135677440 Mar 9 17:28 raring-ubuntu-gnome-amd64-20130310.iso
I haven't run the script in a few days, but I seem to recall that my iso was in the mid-800's MB. I could be mis-remembering though. I don't have that image around any more to check.
Maybe I'll run the script today - if I do I'll let you know what I come up with.
Here's my result from a just-completed run of the UGR script on today's daily build:
I think I must have been remembering the size of stock daily build, not the UGR iso...Code:iso-build-script# ls -la raring-ubuntu-gnome-amd64-20130310.iso -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 988848128 Mar 10 10:24 raring-ubuntu-gnome-amd64-20130310.iso
Well we did add Software Center, Update Manager, Firefox, LibreOffice, and GNOME Documents but dropped a few games, gnome-package-kit ("Software"), GNOME Fallback, Epiphany, Abiword, and Gnumeric so the size will be larger than 12.10 (as the added stuff takes up more space than the things we removed).
I don't think we want to go above 1GB though. If we are, we should look at dropping some more stuff.
The size of the iso in my first post was a second attempt to build the iso, as the first attempt wouldn't boot. I didn't clean out the archives directory on the second attempt, could that have been the problem? Before I built the i386 iso, I removed all the AMD64 packages from the archive and the iso size was under 1GiB