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What's wrong with you people. Lubuntu (click here to download 14.04 iso) is small enough to fit on a CD and is designed to be used on systems with limited resources. Also, Ubuntu has a netinstall as well called ubuntu minimal that can be used to install Xubuntu or Ubuntustudio (or lubuntu, gnome session fallback etc.) which both work quite well on old ...
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You can just use Plop Boot to create a bootable cd and it will hand off to a bootable usb for you. Just go to download the ubuntu.iso of your choice, go to pendrivelinux.com Then download PlopBoot from here and follow the directions to burn a cd. AskUbuntu PlopBoot
If you have an internet connection during the installation, then you can try the net installer for Ubuntu from http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/netboot/. First, click on the version you want to install, then click on the architecture, then click on 'mini.iso'. Follow this tutorial to burn the image onto the disk.
If you are ok with using Debian instead of Ubuntu, there is a web-installer for Debian: http://goodbye-microsoft.com/ Just follow the indtructions in WinXP, than your system will reboot and directly enter the debian installation menu. Or you can download & burn the installer-CD: ( Different than for Ubuntu, DVD and CD images are provided ) ...
< Alexare asked: I have all images of Debian, Ubuntu and Ubuntustudio as .iso. How can I use them as repository to install my desired packages with sudo apt-get install package-name? > my answer: I open the iso file with file-roller, extract from there the directories '.../dists/' and '.../pool/' to an empty directory (on a hard disk or extraible media, ...
You can not use autorun directory from Ubuntu. If you want to use Ubuntu and use the CD you have 2 possible options (the 2nd is the easiest): WINE and open the CD from WINE. Problem: you need to setup the CD to work with WINE. And the application you want to use might not work with WINE. You can check the WINE AppDB upfront to see if it is even possible to ...
Salam [https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Personal] to add mount point to sourcelist add deb file:/aptoncd-mountpoint in general: deb file:/usr/local/mydebs ./
Go over to the Lubuntu download site, download the correct version (i guess 32-bit), and burn it to an CD. Just follow the installation to install Lubuntu, and after you are in your new system, do the following steps to remove all of the Lubuntu specific software, and install the Ubuntu equivalents; Open a terminal, be sure you have Internet, then type ...
Consider using Minimal CD. You can find it here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD It doesn't contain all the packages but downloads them during install time. Of course you will have to be online during installing time and preferably have decent Internet speed.
You can use the minimal installation ISO instead. They are about 36MB. The installation will then download files as needed during installation. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD
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