I followed the instructions, whereever they are I found them with google the one time, then I needed to restart and after that I couldn't find the instructions again, anyway my system was still the same after reboot, except it had some problem with 'software updates available'.
Then I just did an Install and overwrote my Good Mint 2.1 and all my software that I selected and kept. Is there a way to save software selection?
After I installed, my wireless didn't work and abviously all updates, configuraion, etc, because I had no internet. Now I plugged in to wired internet and I have internet working, did the updates..
I didn't overwrite my Mint 2.1 (or is it 2.0 ubuntu) on my desktop, because I have room to have more than one installed. On here the laptop Compac presario 2175CA, I have enough room only for one linux install - 40gb drive, with 20gb of shared data in fat32, 12gb for xp and 6gb for linux, 1gb for swap.
So far my initial impression of 2.2 is mediocre. But I'm not the type that easily gives up. I will play around with this one for a while.