I installed Mint on a desktop system a couple of weeks ago, and have really enjoyed it. So, last night I thought I'd try it on an old laptop, a T22 with 256MB of RAM. This is indicated to be enough, but with "live noapic nolapic" I can only get as far as launching the installer from the desktop.
Somewhere between the launch and selecting timezone, the system hangs after much churning on the CD ROM.
So, I thought about a trick that I did once with Knoppix where I booted from the ISO image located on the hard drive. When I mounted the ISO image, though, I couldn't find a typical vmlinuz or other such kernel file.
Has anyone information about how to do this? With a graphic installer only, I seem at a loss how to install it otherwise on my T22. Advice of any sort is welcome.
Last edited by desertViking
on Thu May 31, 2007 9:49 am, edited 1 time in total.