minimum install CD
Once upon a time, somewhere on the ubuntu web site, I saw an ISO for a
'minimum install' CD, purported to be ~10M, that installed a kernel, and the
network, then installed everything else over the network. As I have a machine
that I cannot get to install from the CD no matter what I try, I think that I
will now try this.
_However_, I have lost the URL for this.
Does anyone else know where this install ISO image is?
Dave in Largo, FL
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