Or use Remastersys
Will this do what you want
There's Remastersys for Linux Mint
Mine is a 120 gig 2.5" drive that I fitted into a caddy and formatted fat32 as I use it between Home (Linux) and Work (XP).
Use Automatix2 all the time no probs here. :)
Must be your hardware, never had a problem with Sata and Debian based distro's.
Might check here first to see if it is deffo hardware...
I just normally use the Host interface for comms. Never had to generate a Mac address.
And there's the Open Source Virtualbox, which runs quicker.
Run Vector Linux standard on that spec m/c mate, I would.
Not once in 18 months
There's also Virtualbox
Theres also VirtualBox
Theres an applet called EmiFreq 0.18, can't remember if I got it from an Ubuntu forum link or through Synaptic. When you add it to the panel you...
I would try Linux Mint, very new user friendly, based on Ubuntu. From here.
Linux Mint 2.1=Ubuntu with all the missing bits added.
Acer 2428 Centrino, 1.7 ghz, P4-M, 512mb, 60gb, wireless, DVD writer, 14" widescreen, XP home, paid just over £400 inc
I am a long time Linux user and have tried many distros over the years, been with Ubuntu since 6.06 LTS came out in June, don't intend to look...
HP and IBM/Lenovo are safe bets.
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