Introduction to UE server begins

by on Feb.28, 2015, under Cloud Storage, Hosting, Linux, Programming, Ubuntu, Ultimate Edition

step8

This Operating System was auto generated using:
TheeMahn's O/S Builder (tmosb) 1.9.2, 02/27/2015
GNU tmosb home page: <http://os-builder.com/>.
E-mail bug reports to: <TheeMahn@os-builder.com>.
Be sure to include the word tmosb somewhere in the Subject: field.

Using the command: tmosb --build ultimate-edition-4.2-x64-minimal-server.iso
on Fri Feb 27 15:15:48 EST 2015 by theemahn on JackHammer

Source Build platform:
======================
JackHammer is an AMD FX(tm)-8150 Eight-Core Processor resonating at 3612.493 Mhz
CPU CORES: 8
MEMORY: 16,331,160 bytes
HOST ARCH: 64 bit
HOST BUILD O/S:
DISTRIB_ID=Ultimate_Edition
DISTRIB_RELEASE=4.4
DISTRIB_CODENAME=utopic
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ultimate Edition 4.4 Lite"

Destination Distribution Information
====================================
Distribution Base: Ubuntu trusty
Architecture: amd64
Internal Buildtime: 7m23s
Distro: Ultimate Edition
Version: 4.2
LTS (Long term supported): Yes
Data Preparer: theemahn
Data Publisher: TMOSB <http://os-builder.com/>
Isoname: ultimate-edition-4.2-x64-minimal-server.iso
Installed Size: 1,430,790,144 bytes.
Ultimate Edition 4.2 "Trusty Tahr" - Release x64 (20150227)
Build logs: -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 59609 Feb 27 15:15 .disk/tmosb-1.9.2-build-logs.tar.gz
URL: http://ultimateedition.info/Ultimate_Edition_4.2/

Please note: The above url, may not work if the release has not been made public.

One tends to begin to re-think the entire objective of Ultimate Edition in general. Software development is not new to Ultimate Edition users and sophisticates alike. We enjoy and embrace new technology as it raises it’s head. I read an article on Facebook & a programmer of over 30 years claiming programmers are at a loss due to ever changing hardware. This is not true, ladies & gentlemen. The answer is centralize hardware on a cloud.

Even though the above, would seem that I generated the first Ultimate Edition Server Operating System. Which It did, however the raw facts is uecorebuilder (a sub program of tmosb) generated the Debian file which technically built the Operating System that is online now, allow me demonstrate the 6 step process [2 are optional]:

STEP #1: Create a droplet:

step1

What the hell is a droplet, you may ask as I have heard 100 times in the past few weeks. It is a virtual computer or Virtual Private Server (VPS) of your selected power, cpu cores, ram etc. Sitting on high speed connectiviity or Internet to generalize it.

STEP #2: Setup DNS [optional]

step2step3

Let set up our domain, in this case http://ultamatix.com/ it will be shut down, I selected this domain for a reason. I will talk about that at a later date. Why is it [optional]? I can access the website via IP, in this case http://104.131.81.219 yeilds the same results as http://ultamatix.com/

STEP #3: Virtual Total Control

step4

This is w/o a doubt required, you are at this point setting a root password, funny if the server gets hacked (highly unlikely even though I am providing 90% of the info to hack it.) It is going down anyway, like I said more on that later. It takes me about 3 to 5 minutes to bring up a new server ;)

STEP #4: Now Rooted up

step5

For the lazy types of copy and paste:
I CAN NOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH: DO NOT INSTALL THIS ON YOUR RIG
wget http://downloadue.info/ultimate-edition-4.2-minimal-server-core-files.deb

STEP #5: TheeMahn up

step6

We don’t care it is a server right, I did say not to install it on your rig right? I know the lazy types:
dpkg -i ultimate-edition-4.2-minimal-server-core-files.deb
apt-get install -f

step7

It will prompt you multiple times to set your password, for mysql, apache etc.

STEP #6: TheeMahn up

step8

I am sorry to take credit for #6 and 5 as well. The package will automatically set your server up.

STEP #7: Upgrade [optional]

step9

STEP #8: Reboot the server

sleek

What did the package provide? Secure Apache2 off the rip, FTP server, php support, ssh support, wordpress. A server online with next to 0 effort. Not to mention stats setup off the rip.
http://ultamatix.com/stats.html <- updated every 10 minutes for your viewing pleasure.
http://ultamatix.com/linux-dash/ <- Not good enough? Realtime stats.

BUILD

I am going to provide it as a <live distro to begin testing, the same server I pushed online will provide it to you. No where else on the internet. Try and beat it offline ;)

Enjoy your weekend,

TheeMahn

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Ultimate Edition will serve to you today

by on Feb.21, 2015, under Cloud Storage, Hosting, Linux, Programming, Ubuntu, Ultimate Edition

 
Please ignore this post… I am setting up multiple domains. Note this post does not exist on http://ubuntusoftware.info/ yet!!!. http://ultimateedition.info is a mirror. Expect errors as I work through them. Alot of work on my end for sure. Please be patient with me.

I stand corrected, they are still sharing the same mysql database & wordpress uses mysql for data, such as this post ;)

In case you are wondering what is going on. We have purchased new hosting, 2 VPS (Virtual Private Servers) on a cloud gigabit+ connections also resting on SSD (Solid State Drives). I have been setting up domain after domain. What is spitting you webpages? The last hosting company A2 hosting <- They do not deserve a link. Shut us down for excessive traffic. I have used the money refunded to purchase 2 Virtual Private Servers & loaded unreleased to the public currently Ultimate Edition 4.2 Server a LTS (Long Term Supported) onto the Virtual Servers. A substantially more expensive alternative. The pluses are massive. More on that later.

The forum and os-builder.com are also back up under new services by the way. Ultimate Edition itself will serve you today! I am stoked.

rolling

Not buying it? http://ultimateedition.info/doesnotexist.html

We are now on multiple digital oceans ;) Need more power, buy another ocean or resize it. Scalability with virtually no downtime. I have watched in realtime 80 Megabytes in one second. We will not go down again. I will fully explain it later. Similar to Amazon E2C services with minimal headache. I tried their service as well.

If you want to check out their services, let’s be thrifty about it:
Get $10 in your billing account for DigitalOcean server
ALLSSD10

Same code I used and actually a bad code compared to this one on a heavily trafficked server I would imagine:
$10 Free for 2 months virtual servers
DODEPLOY

I did not fully understand when I set it up, but I can assure you the last one is the way to go. I only spent $5.00 to begin with to check it out, you can rest assured there is now more then $5.00 in our account now. I have no issue or qualms about dumping more $ in there after what I have seen.

You can SSH into your account and control it the same as Ultimate Edition users do their own computer in a terminal only in this case via SSH.

ssh root@yourdomain.com

Once in, simplicity of a linux user steps in.

sudo apt-get install apache2

Unknowlegable to setting up a L.A.M.P (webserver)? Digital Ocean, has tons and I do mean tons of tutorials, teaching how to do so.

I’m sold. The future? I could drop the storm, yes that one is half up. Let’s have it on it and have it rebuilding and correcting packages for you. No sense in chewing up your processor when I can have 20 of them doing it for you ;) A ways down the line.

TheeMahn,

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New hosting is in route…

by on Jan.16, 2015, under Cloud Storage, Hosting, Linux, Programming, Ultimate Edition

I purchased a years hosting today and I’m excited about the performance of the hosting company. The hosting package is the highest package they offer and it is SSD based. My first impression is it is a rocket at spitting & generating webpages. 16 GB of ram and 16 cores to get the job done, did I mention SSD based? As of current I have only moved one website to test its performance. 2 other sites are in route to the same account including this very website. Actually it is already there, just setting up sql database for it. I used software I am writing for the company I work for to get that job done. The forum will also be setup there.

I will probably stop at that point, it does have a Achilles heel as all hosting companies have restrictions that are put in place. Unlimited bandwidth does not exist ladies and gentlemen, if it does it too is restricted in the size of the pipe. Download of Ultimate Edition are in excess 2 Million recorded via sourceforge in the Petabytes I am sure. Try and eat that bill, thanks again sourceforge, does not include those that pull from Baracuda Networks Copy.

The next hosting package we will buy will be based on bandwidth, not cpu cores, ram SSD etc. The best of both worlds. http://os-builder.com/ for example gets the piss beat out of it in bandwidth, a juggling match in resources. It too will be moved, but to my next purchased hosting package. Research now becomes me in my journey to find something even close to eating Terabytes of consumption in bandwidth per month, that is w/o shutting me down for traffic insurge. I have seen 1/2 a Petabyte in a month in the past, in a interview with sourceforge I told them about it.

I did purchase another 6TB drive as I said in the previous post, I loaded $400 on my card. Thanks donors for the help in purchasing hosting. I will add your names to that list once I get this website moved. The SSD will have to wait. Hosting was priority #1. Next check will close the hosting conundrum, maybe I’ll buy a SSD then. The gap then closes on the pursuit to software perfection. Want to contribute to the next hosting service? Please by all means free to contribute. Good things are coming. I’m not just a programmer ;)

TheeMahn,

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Backup in progress…

by on Jan.03, 2015, under Cloud Storage, Hosting, Linux, Ubuntu, Ultimate Edition

I have personally taken a 9TB loss in data, I have a 6TB drive in route to replace and will order another one next paycheck maybe a SSD to raid for boot / building. Raid is fantastic where speed is taken into consideration, however the downfalls of the speed of raid 0 can be crippling. I have began backing up our web servers, locally initially then to our cloud. Redundancy at it’s finest. One website 50GB compressed and told it to exclude all ISO’s (Operating Systems). 10 websites to go thereafter.

Backup in progress.

Backup in progress. 4K monitor. So will probably be huge.

I am going to sell my 2 28″ higher than HD monitors and buy another 4k monitor, I am sold on 4K. I had no clue until I fired it up, read it was the bomb and found out I will never go back to HD. I have written software for 4K the first day. I love being a programmer, when I see something I don’t like I just “fix it”. I got a new job / position where I work as a Software Engineer. A office, a company laptop and a raise. I do program at home to make my job at work easier. They already have brought up copywriting software I have in works. A nasty tool that would help virtually any company. I’m sitting on it now, royalties or I will Copywrite it after all I did write it on my time off right? Or hire me as a programmer ;)

I took a few minutes of my time and wrote a raid calculator. Wrote it initially with Ironman in mind. He unloaded 6 Western Digital Raptors on me to benchmark against SSD technology. Well I’m not going to half ass it, write a tool. Formatting the drive based on the number of spindles only 4 here we will wake up at least 5 when I am done ;)


forwardraid calculatorraid calculator

The 9 Terabyte raid array I lost 3 X 3TB was 400+ Megabytes per second in speed, what would 4 yield? Smash a SSD at 12 Terabytes? Try and buy a 12 TB SSD, you best work at NASA or better. The loss has not deterred me. I hate to wait for anything in my world.

The backup that is in progress, expect disruptions in service. Next month I have probably $400 in hosting bill due, so anything you can contribute is welcome. I may make better money, but please do not expect me to eat it all. If I don’t have the funds I will shut it all down. I don’t mean to be threatning, but raw facts.

TheeMahn,

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Ultimate Edition 4.3

by on Dec.07, 2014, under Linux, Ubuntu, Ultimate Edition

 
Without further delay have Ultimate Edition 4.3

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Happy Holidays!!!

by on Dec.04, 2014, under Linux, Ubuntu, Ultimate Edition

Ultimate Edition 4.3 (LTS) is in route

Ultimate Edition 4.3 (LTS) is in route

I hope people have enjoyed time with their families and look forward to spending additional time with them in the upcoming holidays. I wanted to thusly inform you we have a new O/S in route, quite bulletproof if I do say so myself. A few things I did have to manually intervene therefore tmosb is still not 100%. I have released the O/S to Admin, Mods and beta testers & so far 100% positive feedback. I am going to give it a day or 2 to trickle into the palms of all admin. No negitive feedback and a worldwide release will be in session, please stay tuned. Both 64 bit and 32 bit are done, uploaded and are in testing:

This Operating System was auto generated using:
TheeMahn’s O/S Builder (tmosb) 1.9.2, 12/04/14
GNU tmosb home page: <http://os-builder.com/>.
E-mail bug reports to: <TheeMahn@os-builder.com>.
Be sure to include the word tmosb somewhere in the Subject: field.

Using the command: tmosb –build ultimate-edition-4.3-x86.iso
on Thu Dec 4 03:59:40 EST 2014 by theemahn on JackHammer

Source Build platform:
======================
JackHammer is an AMD FX(tm)-8150 Eight-Core Processor resonating at 3612.224 Mhz
CPU CORES: 8
MEMORY: 16,331,612 bytes
HOST ARCH: 64 bit
HOST BUILD O/S:
DISTRIB_ID=Ultimate_Edition
DISTRIB_RELEASE=4.3
DISTRIB_CODENAME=trusty
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION=”Ultimate Edition 4.3 LTS”

Destination Distribution Information
====================================
Distribution Base: Ubuntu trusty
Architecture: i386
Detected Desktop Environments:
gnome
kde-plasma
XBMC
Internal Buildtime: 2m20s
Distro: Ultimate Edition
Version: 4.3
LTS (Long term supported): Yes
Data Preparer: theemahn
Data Publisher: TMOSB <http://os-builder.com/>
Isoname: ultimate-edition-4.3-x86.iso
Installed Size: 10,014,982,144 bytes.
Ultimate Edition 4.3 “Trusty Tahr” – Release x86 (20141204)
Build logs: -rw-r–r– 1 root root 242906 Dec 4 03:46 .disk/tmosb-1.9.2-build-logs.tar.gz
URL: http://ultimateedition.info/Ultimate_Edition_4.3/

Please note: The above url, may not work if the release has not been made public.

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Why do I care?

by on Nov.09, 2014, under Debian, Linux, Programming, Ubuntu, Ultimate Edition

 
Why do I care? I would ask the same. Let me create a new category “Debian” for the entire situation. Be sure to read what the fella above me asked, I should have Quoted him.

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Not on my watch!!!

by on Oct.31, 2014, under Linux, Programming, Ubuntu

I can’t imagine why a platform that is open source, meaning I can see your source code and 100% understand what you are doing. They are thinking the users are not programmers, well not all users are users. I highly suggest a read of the entire article, not just where I am in writing the current document MALWARE in my Linux, we are not running Micro$oft here. I have got your back.

Let’s nip this in the bud now.

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LTS’s

by on Oct.24, 2014, under Gamers, Hosting, Linux, Programming, Themes, Ubuntu, Ultimate Edition

Building Ultimate Edition 4.2.1 Gamers

Building Ultimate Edition 4.2.1 Gamers

I thought I would return and build a few LTS’s (Long Term Supported) releases. What used to take me a month for one, I built and uploaded all 6 in one day with the newest (in testing tmosb 1.9.2) your feedback is appriciated:

$ md5sum *
5c7f63fda7d2492adc29b36ecf959072 md5sums.txt
93d4359b5e56068205555d501e906001 ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-gamers.iso
e26bc0738db8dc769a8d302f0bdfb45c ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-lite.iso
816121b40891e5ff6c490666ade9764f ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64.iso
4bb204235337097ed259d74643f430c2 ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x86-gamers.iso
9cf76c5431e3e2b5d2d5046b48a5e6cc ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x86-lite.iso
6e136ed23f6f1a82697478a001c20267 ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x86.iso

The above is to get the md5sums out of the way. Continuing on:
root@JackHammer:/home/theemahn/Videos# tmosb --extract ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-gamers.iso
▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒ TheeMahn O/S Builder (tmosb) 1.9.2, 10/22/2014 ▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒
▒ GNU tmosb home page: <http://os-builder.com/>. ▒
▒ E-mail bug reports to: <TheeMahn@os-builder.com>. ▒
▒ Be sure to include the word tmosb somewhere in the Subject: field. ▒
▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒
▒ Processing 1 of 1 detected Operating systems, please wait. ▒
▒ Operating System Version detected: 4.2.1 ▒
▒ Creating folder ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-gamers/ ▒
▒ Moving ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-gamers.iso to ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-gamers/ ▒
▒ Scanning folders... ▒
▒ Processing Folder: ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-gamers/ ▒
▒ Mounting ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-gamers.iso ▒
▒ Synchronizing ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-gamers.iso ▒
▒ Mounting SquashFs ▒
▒ Copying SquashFs ▒
▒ Unmounting SquashFS ▒
▒ Unmounting ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-gamers.iso ▒
▒ Cleaning up... ▒
▒ All ▒
▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒
Execution Time: 1m42s
root@JackHammer:/home/theemahn/Videos# cat ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-gamers/extract-cd/README.TXT
This Operating System was auto generated using:
TheeMahn O/S Builder (tmosb) 1.9.2, 10/22/2014
GNU tmosb home page: <http://os-builder.com/>.
E-mail bug reports to: <TheeMahn@os-builder.com>.
Be sure to include the word tmosb somewhere in the Subject: field.

Using the command: tmosb --build ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64-gamers.iso
on Thu Oct 23 05:20:03 EDT 2014 by theemahn on JackHammer

Source Build platform:
======================
JackHammer is an AMD FX(tm)-8150 Eight-Core Processor resonating at 3611.900 Mhz
CPU CORES: 8
MEMORY: 16,331,624 bytes
HOST ARCH: 64 bit
HOST BUILD O/S:
DISTRIB_ID=Ultimate_Edition
DISTRIB_RELEASE=4.2.1
DISTRIB_CODENAME=trusty
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ultimate Edition 4.2.1 LTS"

Destination Distribution Information
====================================
Distribution Base: Ubuntu trusty
Architecture: amd64
Detected Desktop Environments:
mate
XBMC
Internal Buildtime: 3m46s
Distro: Ultimate Edition
Version: 4.2.1
LTS (Long term supported): Yes
Data Preparer: theemahn
Data Publisher: TMOSB <http://os-builder.com/>
Isoname: ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x64.iso
Installed Size: 9,231,769,600 bytes.
Ultimate Edition 4.2.1 "Trusty Tahr" - Release x64 (20141023)
Build logs: -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 160098 Oct 23 05:16 .disk/tmosb-1.9.2-build-logs.tar.gz
URL: http://ultimateedition.info/Ultimate_Edition_4.2/

Please note: The above url, may not work if the release has not been made public.
root@JackHammer:/home/theemahn/Videos#

You can obtain all 6 of them from sourceforge.

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UE 4.4 Gamers

by on Oct.12, 2014, under Gamers, Linux, Programming, Themes, Ubuntu, Ultimate Edition

Sorry, for dual monitors. I actually have tripple monitors & dual video cards in crossfire:

Gaming up..

Gaming up..



I know some people like to dabble into the cutting edge. I present to you a beta of Ultimate Edition 4.4 x86 Gamers built with tmosb. I would like to take a moment to also say thanks to all the beta testers of tmosb the following file is now autogenerated using tmosb:

This Operating System was auto generated using:
TheeMahn O/S Builder (tmosb) 1.9.1, 09/28/2014
GNU tmosb home page: .
E-mail bug reports to: .
Be sure to include the word tmosb somewhere in the Subject: field.

Using the command: tmosb --build ultimate-edition-4.4-x86-gamers.iso
on Fri Oct 10 20:12:57 EDT 2014 by theemahn on JackHammer

Source Build platform:
======================
JackHammer is an AMD FX(TM)-8150 Eight-Core Processor resonating at 3612.120 Mhz
CPU CORES: 8
MEMORY: 16,526,060 bytes
HOST ARCH: 32 bit
HOST BUILD O/S:
DISTRIB_ID=Ultimate_Edition
DISTRIB_RELEASE=4.4
DISTRIB_CODENAME=utopic
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ultimate Edition 4.4 Gamers"

Destination Distribution Information
====================================
Distribution Base: Ubuntu utopic
Architecture: i386
Detected Desktop Environments:
mate
XBMC
Internal Buildtime: 1m17s
Distro: Ultimate Edition
TYPE: Gamers
Version: 4.4
LTS (Long term supported): No
Data Preparer: theemahn
Data Publisher: TMOSB
Isoname: ultimate-edition-4.4-x86-gamers.iso
Installed Size: 10,359,816,192 bytes.
Ultimate Edition 4.4 "Utopic Unicorn" - Release x86 (20141010)
Build logs: -r--r--r-- 1 root root 89910 Oct 7 04:20 .disk/tmosb-1.9.1-build-logs.tar.gz
URL: http://ultimateedition.info/Ultimate_Edition_4.4/

Please note: The above url, may not work if the release has not been made public.

I will not rob you of the build logs (they are also on the dvd, put there by tmosb): tmosb-1.9.1-build-logs.tar I can’t integrate the md5sum on the disk, or the above auto-generated information, because that information would change the md5sum of the disk. I will now provide that information:

[rhyme]$ rsync -avP -e ssh ultimate-edition-4.4-x86-gamers.iso theemahn,ultimateedition@frs.sourceforge.net:/home/frs/project/u/ul/ultimateedition/
Password:
sending incremental file list
ultimate-edition-4.4-x86-gamers.iso
4125718528 100% 10.89MB/s 0:06:01 (xfer#1, to-check=0/1)

sent 4126222282 bytes received 31 bytes 10277016.97 bytes/sec
total size is 4125718528 speedup is 1.00
[rhyme]$ md5sum ultimate-edition-4.4-x86-gamers.iso
82e39d05025bd06f275b2bc4123842f7 ultimate-edition-4.4-x86-gamers.iso
[rhyme]$


I wish I could upload at 10 MB/s ;) The future of tmosb? I have incorporated a few new switches, none are available as a public release currently. I intended to keep this as an undocumented feature, and will allow me to advance the tool even while I am at work at my other job, so much for undocumented:


--YES


It stops all prompting it will not ask you if you are sure, I will write a function to start at the top and build all 156 operating systems while I am at work at my other job, I can’t have it asking questions. Come home and find my 9TB Raid array full lol. I’m going to have to buy a few more hard drives, I can see it coming. I have also written a function for loading out ISO’s to your current grub, no more wasting a DVD to test, or loading it out to a thumbdrive. I will test the ISO at SSD speed. Qemu is great for a virtual machine, however there is nothing better then a real machine.

I have spoke of the changes that are in works etc. On our forum, I suggest a read in it’s entirity. I did have to do a few things by hand in the release of Ultimate Edition 4.4 x86 Gamers

Do not think that tmosb data is not passed:

This Operating System was auto generated using:
TheeMahn O/S Builder (tmosb) 1.9.1, 09/28/2014
GNU tmosb home page: .
E-mail bug reports to: .
Be sure to include the word tmosb somewhere in the Subject: field.

Using the command: tmosb –build ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x86-lite.iso -YES
on Sun Oct 12 21:00:41 EDT 2014 by theemahn on JackHammer

Source Build platform:
======================
JackHammer is an AMD FX(tm)-8150 Eight-Core Processor resonating at 3612.490 Mhz
CPU CORES: 8
MEMORY: 16,526,060 bytes
HOST ARCH: 32 bit
HOST BUILD O/S:
DISTRIB_ID=Ultimate_Edition
DISTRIB_RELEASE=4.4
DISTRIB_CODENAME=utopic
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION=”Ultimate Edition 4.4 Gamers”

Destination Distribution Information
====================================
Distribution Base: Ubuntu trusty
Architecture: i386
Detected Desktop Environments:
mate
XBMC
Internal Buildtime: 33m14s
Distro: Ultimate Edition
Version: 4.2.1
LTS (Long term supported): Yes
Data Preparer: theemahn
Data Publisher: TMOSB
Isoname: ultimate-edition-4.2.1-x86.iso
Installed Size: 9,828,388,864 bytes.
Ultimate Edition 4.2.1 “Trusty Tahr” – Release x86 (20141012)
Build logs: -rw-r–r– 1 root root 195244 Oct 12 21:00 .disk/tmosb-1.9.1-build-logs.tar.gz
URL: http://ultimateedition.info/Ultimate_Edition_4.2/

Please note: The above url, may not work if the release has not been made public.

The above shows 2 things, -YES is working 9GB way too large for a lite distribution it pushed or misinterpreted information provided & why the public does not have it. Good things are coming, please sit back and enjoy the ride.

Oh, that’s right you want Ultimate Edition 4.4 x86 Gamers.

TheeMahn,

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