When the live CD starts up press F6 and delete the "quiet splash --" ending and type in "break=bottom", then boot with this. If you end up in a "busy box" or so, reboot and type in "break=top" instead.
BusyBox c.1.1.3 ...
/bin/sh: can't access tty; job control turned off
I can also confirm that the Gutsy Tribe 5 Live CD boots up on the Dell Inspiron 1720 Notebook.pyite wrote:I had the same problem on a brand new HP Pavilion.
Ubuntu Gutsy Tribe 5 seems to work well - hopefully we'll see a Gutsy-based version of Mint soon.
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