So recently I got given a iMac Early 2006 basically speced out as much as possible from factory (Intel Core Duo, 2GB of RAM, DGPU). I wanted to try to run some modern programs on it, as the newest version of Mac OS X is Snow Leopard, and even Windows 7 doesn't run great on the iMac (but Windows XP does!) So, as the computer is 32-bits, I downloaded lubuntu 18.04 and burned it to a DVD. It booted into the live DVD just fine, and was installing, until it said that either the DVD drive or the hard drive was dirty or bad. Anyway, right before that Windows XP ran just fine on it, so I tried burning 18.04 instead of 18.04.4, and that worked! Went and restarted, and tried booting into lubuntu. Well, after a couple of seconds, just rebooted. I went into the grub menu and added nomodeset, and I found it restarted right as it hit something about networking (which I did not connect to during setup). I also found if in Restore Mode I try to use anything that requires internet, it will restart. So, what could be going wrong here? Is there a way to just stop internet from becoming active during boot so I can actually get it to start?
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