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Re: How to identify which ISO I'm using?


On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 01:38:07PM -0700, Brian Murray wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 05, 2011 at 07:56:56AM -0700, Joe Areeda wrote:
> > When filing a bug report or a mail list post, what is the best UID for
> > an iso image?
> > 
> > I've been using something like "Natty amd64 iso zsynced 4/5/2011".  I
> > suppose given the international nature of Ubuntu I should use 2011-4-5
> > for the date but besides that how do you unambiguously specify which
> > version we're talking about.
> I found the following on a loopback mounted ISO in isolinux/f1.txt:
> This is an installation system for Ubuntu 11.04.
> It was built on 20110411.
> That's the date one should use.  It might appear elsewhere when actually
> running the image.

It's in /cdrom/syslinux/f1.txt too.

Brian Murray
Ubuntu Bug Master

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