AlbertP wrote:Ok, I'll try that. Should I use the 'Mint 10' or the 'Ubuntu 11.04' option?
Edit. Using the Mint 10 option in Unetbootin, it fails to boot: invalid or corrupt kernel image. I've tried many times, checked the md5sum, verified the file with Transmission, and still it fails.
I am going to try burning it on a DVD (have just gotten some dvd+rw's that I can erase in case it fails).
?? i just selected the iso, pressed ok and relaxed no need to specify the distro (but i would guess 11.04 would be a better bet)