cwsnyder wrote:I would suspect you have a problem with your downloaded .iso file. Check the MD5sum.
zebedeeboss wrote:...new dl for lmde - created the same way as all my Distro hopping exploits... install just sits there on localising packages?...
cwsnyder wrote:First, both zebedeeboss and josefg, did you try LMDE in the Live version for a while before trying to install?
For the computers I have had, the Debian and derivative Linux kernels have worked best, but I usually have trailing edge or at least 3 years old motherboard designs. I make note that Linux is NOT the best OS to support the latest motherboards, laptops & features. All drivers are in the kernel, which adds hardware as the developers obtain the hardware to try things out. Both of you seem to have bleeding edge systems, latest processors, latest features, and this hardware may be what is causing the problem. If this is the problem, you would be better off installing Ubuntu 13.10 beta, or the latest Fedora beta to get at least a 3.11 kernel. LMDE/Debian testing is only on 3.10 after updates, and I believe the ISO file uses 3.2 kernel, which may not support your hardware. Mint 16 which follows Ubuntu 13.10 may support your hardware, or if you can finally get LMDE installed after the next .ISO file is released, you may want to follow the thread on having LMDE follow Debian unstable (a.k.a. Sid) here: viewtopic.php?f=198&t=133211
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