The latest iso install image for Nadia is too big for a CD.
My computer has trouble booting DVD's but boots CDs fine.
I have the Nadia 64bit Mate ISO.
Are there things I can delete from that ISO so that it will fit on a CD (600MB)
I don't need all the EFI/UEFI stuff for example as my computer is stricly BIOS/MBR type.
Thanks to the help of XENOPEEK this is solved, or at least worked around.
I used Plop and booted from a USB stick instead even though my computer does not boot from usb.
There were a couple of gotchas. After Downloading and extracting Plop Vers 5.0.14,
1. I burned a Plop bootable floppy using the dd cmd in linux to send the plpbtin.img file to /dev/fd0
2. I tried to use MINT's make a USB cmd from the menu but it did not work and was very slow.
So I just used the dd cmd instead to dd the iso image to the usb device.
3. When I booted from floppy and got Plop I tried to select USB from the menu. But that did not work.
Then I noticed that plop reported THREE hard drives, HDA, HDB, HDC but I only have two. So I selected HDC from the
menu and sure enough that was the USB stick. It booted the NADIA install 'Live CD' actually running from the USB.
THis is a VERY nice develpment.
Thanks very much.