ubuntu-13.10-desktop-i386.iso: no mountable filesystem

Nicholas Skaggs nicholas.skaggs at canonical.com
Wed Jan 8 15:06:38 UTC 2014

You might be surprised how much you can do with the command line only. 
You can play music and browse the web even using cli programs :-) If I 
had a machine that resource constrained, I would probably install ubuntu 
server on it and potentially X and a basic window manager (fluxbox 
perhaps) if I really felt the need. Most of the time, cli would be the 
best bet.

As far as being too old to boot from usb, if you wish you can use a cd 
to load the usb drive. A quick google showed me this page:


I can't speak to it, but I have done similar things in the past. The 
internet is your friend here. Nothing is impossible, but consider your 
time investment ;-)

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