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I really prefer Mint 5, since there are no problems with the KDE4 messing up Tellico, which was designed for KDE3. Will Linux create a version of Mint 5 with the ability to install inside Windows the way Mint 6 presently does? I use mint mostly for Tellico and would really like to use Mint 5, since I am able to make Tellico work better in Mint 5.
Has anyone figured out how to get the mint4win.exe file to install MInt 5 inside windows the way Mint 6 does? Has anyone been able to hack the mint4win.exe to do this? Could you possibly pass along the info on how to make this happen, if it is possible?
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There are hardcoded modifications for all Mint versions and it is quite an effort to get it to work so I doubt this will happen
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