curiousghi does anyone know if  1. every linux has no file size limitation or     2. some linux have a file size limitation        i am trying to dowload a 4.3 gig iso and windows xp limits file size for download and also recording video19:09
MrChrisDruifcuriousg; this is more of a support question, which you can better ask in either #ubuntu or #ubuntu-beginners. Either team has more people around to answer questions.19:13
MrChrisDruifAnd what is the file-system being used by Windows XP, FAT32 by any chance?19:14
curiousgok thanks mrchrisdruif  ntfs  xp has a 4gig limit on recording videos but i wasnt aware of the fule download sixze untill i tried to download the latest linux iso 4.3 big  version19:16
MrChrisDruifI don't know what linux iso you tried to download, Ubuntu has a CD image available19:17
curiousgi was also using utorrent fedora 15  big  dvd  version   iam using the ubuntu live cd right nowe to get online  and i know windows7 dosen`t have the 4 gig limitaion19:19
curiousgsorry it wasnt fedora i tried 8 different kinds of linux past 2 days i have to go see which was the big file one19:22
curiousgok thanksagain  mrchrisdruif i will go to the chat channels you posted19:28
MrChrisDruifYour welcome, btw curiousg according to this comparison http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_file_systems ntfs your be able to go to 16 EB or Exabyte19:29
curiousghm i will have to check that i always make it ntfs format but maybe i slipped up this time ya never know19:30
MrChrisDruifBtw you can see all the filesystems over there which you can choose with linux19:31
MrChrisDruifDefault with Ubuntu (for a few releases already) is Ext419:31
curiousgi apreciate that thanks mrchrisdruif19:34
MrChrisDruifYour welcome :)19:34

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