Hello

I have been using Ubuntu and Debian for a years. And quite often I download installation CD-ROMs with jigdo.

But currently jigdo does not work when trying to use Gutsy (beta, alternate CD) from any(?) source. Jigdo is trying to download old version of packages which does not exist anymore on servers. For example jigdo is trying this:
http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/poo...untu2_i386.deb
but there is only:
http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/poo...untu3_i386.deb

Is it so that jigdo file is not being updated regulary? Or why jigdo does not use newer file?

If I download ISO image and start installation from there, then I have to download update packages anyway. So wasting bandwidth (ok, I have it enough but still). By creating CD with jigdo I don't need to download updates separately again because it's already updated.

Best regards, Tobler