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    Minimal ISO part of daily (devel) builds?

    Can't find one. If there isn't one, can this count as a request for one? Thanks.

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    Re: Minimal ISO part of daily (devel) builds?

    How about Ubuntu Core. From wiki.
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    Re: Minimal ISO part of daily (devel) builds?

    Quote Originally Posted by grindstone2 View Post
    Can't find one. If there isn't one, can this count as a request for one? Thanks.
    Making a request here won't do any good, as we here on the forums have nothing to do with development. I'd suggest you make a request on the ubuntu-qa mailing list. Nick should be able to get the iso created.

    Quote Originally Posted by VMC View Post
    How about Ubuntu Core. From wiki.
    The image you linked to, is for ARM processors.

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    Re: Minimal ISO part of daily (devel) builds?

    If you go to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/In...tion/MinimalCD and find iso for previous release you want, you can copy link into Web browser, and change raring to saucy and get saucy mini iso, will work for releases past saucy.

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    Re: Minimal ISO part of daily (devel) builds?

    Thank you all for the replies -- much appreciated!

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    Re: Minimal ISO part of daily (devel) builds?

    Quote Originally Posted by cariboo907 View Post
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    The image you linked to, is for ARM processors.
    From the wiki:
    It is available for the i386, amd64, and arm architectures.


    From Core: saucy-core-amd64.tar.gz ,isn't ARM.
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    Re: Minimal ISO part of daily (devel) builds?

    They hide them these days.

    i386
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    Re: Minimal ISO part of daily (devel) builds?

    @wojox, the links you provided are for the netboot iso, the wiki page with links to the images are available here. As the title of the wiki page says, you need an working internet connection in order to use these images.

    I haven't tried the netboot images this cycle, but during the raring cycle there wasn't any support for my netbook wireless device which uses the bmcwl driver, so others that need proprietary drivers may have problems using this image.

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    Re: Minimal ISO part of daily (devel) builds?

    I think you're looking for the netboot images

    If so I prefer using the QA Tracker:

    http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/m...nes/270/builds

    Screenshot from 2013-09-22 04:22:34.png

    You should be aware though that it sometimes takes kernel updates a few days to hit the mini-isos during development

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    Re: Minimal ISO part of daily (devel) builds?

    Quote Originally Posted by cariboo907 View Post
    but during the raring cycle there wasn't any support for my netbook wireless device which uses the bmcwl driver
    lol, I've never tried a wireless install of it.

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