Wouldn't WUBI work? I've used it on several xp and vista machines. Made
installation quite easy. Just map a folder to i: name it ubunutu and
On Sun, 8 Mar 2009, Marko Oreskovic wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> Dear Xubuntu
>> I would like instructions on how to install Xubuntu 8.10 from an iso
>> image that is on my hard drive.
>> Also, if it matters, which ISO image would I need to download....
>> Desktop CD or Alternate install CD... in order to accomplish this?
>> I was able to do this for Puppy Linux. Unzipped iso to C:, added grldr
>> and menu.lst to C:oot.images folder, modified boot.ini adding
>> C:GRLDR="Puppy Menu".
>> That made a "frugal install". From there you can do normal/full install
>> to another hard drive/partition.
>> That's what I'm looking to do with your Xubuntu. Puppy Linux was awful.
>> I'm running Windows 2000pro btw. 866PIII, 512ram.
>> I'd like to put Xubuntu on hda3 (I
>> Thank you
> You can install Xubuntu (or any other Ubuntu or some other Linux
> distributions) by using USB flash drive (1GB or bigger)
> with: unetbootin
> It can be used to make bootable USB drive out of .ISO image
> and it works under Linux or windows for USB preparation.
> It is fine GUI program, Just wait for data to be written on flash drive.
> There is also universal unetbootin and customized for certain distributions.
> It can also both do downloading of distribution files for making
> bootable usb disk or use already downloaded .iso
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