rkmugen wrote:Now that you mention it, I'm kind of surprised that Linux Mint doesn't provide a "mini", netboot-able ISO, like what Ubuntu and Debian provide.
PCLinuxOS has "mini" CDs too in every one of their flavors, from KDE and Mate to Xfce and E-17. They get it.
And for those of us with computers that won't run Plop and cannot boot from a USB key, and cannot burn DVDs, those "mini" CDs are just great. My Ubuntu-minimal wouldn't install last time for some reason (possibly just a bad burn), Debian has an unofficial "net-install with firmware
" mini that made it possible to install but it's still alot more complicated and difficult than it needs to be. Debian still needs others to make it useable on the desktop for us plain ordinary computer users. Which is why I'm so grateful for Ubuntu, Mint, Knoppix, Mepis, etc. But please, Mint team, don't undo
all that work for us poor folks with old computers! Offer a "mini" at least.