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Old 13th March 2012, 08:07 AM
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So for "Install Media" which takes a DVD, rather than Desktop, I'm wondering if there's something newer than Alpha? Because it's totally unusable on my hardware due to the slowness bug (which is already in bugzilla). At the rate it's going it might take 3-4 weeks to install. I could use a nightly desktop, but I'd rather use install media, or something that'll let me select btrfs. Suggestions?

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Maybe the 2G kde download?

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So yes that sorta worked. This build installs fast due to the newer kernel, but the install to btrfs bug is still present and causes an exception and forced restart.
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