I have a very old PC that currently has no functioning HDD and only a CD-ROM drive (no DVD-ROM).
There is no way to boot it from a USB drive.
Can I still get a Ubuntu Live CD image that could be used to boot the computer? The DVD images are all too large to fit on a CD-R.
There is no network connection.
The reason I am using this machine is because it is the only one I could find with a floppy drive. I need to copy the contents of a floppy disk onto, say, a USB drive. Therefore the distro should include drivers for the floppy drive and USB drive too.
Sure, I could just buy a USB floppy drive instead, but where's the fun in that?
As some commenters said, this machine is almost certainly 32 bit architecture. So, a 64 bit .iso will not work.