rbanavara wrote:I dont have the exact answer, but here are some pointers. The boot imaage is a cpio archive & bzipped (though the file is renamed to have some other name witout the .bz or other extension). This is specified in the menu.lst in the /boot/grub dir (it will contian the location of this file as well).
Once you unzip it & extract, you can replace the impage with your own image & cpio & bzip it back. Probably you may re build your ramfs (not sure on this).
That sounded like it was advanced
Ok. Is there any software that can do it for me? Or do i have to do it by myself?
I have also one more question about mintUpdate, what happens if i check the "Include dist-upgrade package" what is that? What does it do?
Sorry i dont know so much about Mint, i used Ubuntu before