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Quoting Virgil Arrington <>:

As I said before, I don't use Mint

I do and here's what worked for me. Open a browser window to
then click on "download" LO guessed debian correctly and then the download button completed the download selection process. After the download is complete use the file browser to navigate to the downloaded file and click on it. A message asks for your root password and after it is given, steps through the installation process. Took me about 5 minutes on a nice fast line.


 and claim no Mint or Linux expertise.
I'm just an average Ubuntu user learning my way through. And, even then,
my Ubuntu relationship is love/hate. When it works I love it; when it


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the attenuation of the shadow will not change the substance."

-- John Dewey

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