So, this is probably a quickie.
I've gotten a copy of Ubuntu 11.10 on a memory stick. The contents of the folder is similar to what I found in the .ISO of Ubuntu 12.04. My question to you now, is as follows:
I don't actually have the .ISO-file, but I have all the contents .. Can I still use it to install?
I am indeed aware that this is an outdated version. The reason I cannot install a newer version, however, is because I am working offshore, and I have a 128/256 kbps internet connection here (Varies between the two). This connection is shared among the entire crew and computerized functions onboard, meaning an Ubuntu download would take days upon days, not to mention it would render the connection useless to anyone else. I simply have to use whatever I can get my hands on from other members of the crew.