jpete wrote:I have been playing around with Kubuntu and Ubuntu for a few months now and like it but for one drawback. I can't get my wireless to work. In poking around, I came across Mint and ran the CD for a while and really liked it.
I want to dual boot (I think) so I reinstalled XP and then tried to install Mint. I followed a guide I found here as well but the version used in the guide wasn't exactly like the newest version so I did what I thought was right. I managed to get Mint installed on the partition I created(1/2 my 80G HD) but I don't seem to have an option of booting to XP. I've been fiddling around and ended up just installing Mint on the entire drive.
The question now is, can I still partition the drive and install XP. And is it really worth it just so I can play Unreal and my kids can play a few of their games?
Also, I still can't get my wireless working.
howto wiki for wireless. worked for me on mint5 32bit.
my 64bit distro recognised wirelles at boot.