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I have a dell optiplex 755 usff that I have setup to use with a new os. I don't have any dvd's currently at the moment so i'm stuck with cd's for right now which can hold 700 MB and I want it to be compatible with my dell optiplex 755 usff, for being able to do anything that a windows os can do. Any suggestions on what I can do?

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    You can start with a mini ISO, which is only about 50MB, and installs a command line base system. Once that is installed, you can then install any DE you like. – mikewhatever Nov 18 '17 at 17:30
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    Or use a USB stick instead, much faster and reusable. – user692175 Nov 18 '17 at 17:32
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You can start with a mini ISO, which is only about 50MB, and installs a command line base system. Once that is installed, you can then install any DE you like.

None of the other Ubuntu images I've seen will fit on a 700MB CD.

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