Because of the size of the content, and the fact that a vast majority of systems nowadays can either boot from DVDs or from USB, Linux Mint no longer provides images which fit in 700MB CDs. It is however possible and easy to to modify ISO images. By removing packages such as Java, Mono, LibreOffice, Gimp..etc.. Linux Mint ISOs can be made to fit within 700MB. For instructions on how to remaster the Linux Mint ISOs, please read the following tutorial:
prmpec wrote:Agree with Elmario.
LinuxMint Xfce 32bit is about to install it to older PCs.
(I also don't understand why does the installer contains the Mono or Java.)
But the real problem is:
The referenced tutorial does not exists. Can someone help me reducing the ISO size?
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