I usually use my own D/Ld ISOs to try out newer editions of things like Mint,
but I have a commercially made copy of Mint 11, supplied by the UK magazine, LINUX FORMAT.
this is one serious headache, as I cannot get a stable screen - to either use or to install the supplied Mint
- It does also have Mageia on the disk - & that seems to work A.ok.
But the supplied Mint 11 - is visually very unstable - to the point of being unusable.
it may be just this disk, as I have tried it on a few PCs & screens, all flat-screen's - as I no longer have a CRT.
Before anyone says it - I have a very poor 3g connection & don't have the resources to D/L a great amount of ISOs.
I would have liked to try out Mint11 - even though it's somewhat dated now, as it would be the last of the Gnome2 desktop's.
I have tried to edit the boot parameters of the live disk, to change the screen resolution - but that didn't work, on the resolutions that I tried.
It could be the screen refresh rate too - but that's getting too involved.
I haven't contacted the magazine - either,
But has anyone else had issues with commercial made DvDs ??