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Yes! This is a big deal, and incredibly common. And there are two basic approaches. One way is simply with scripted installs, as for example used in Fedora, RHEL, or CentOS's kickstart. Check this out in the Fedora install guide: Kickstart Installations. For your simple case, this may be sufficient. (Take this as an example; there are similar systems for ...


Just install normally. You can boot from your USB and follow the steps of the installer. You can either create a partition manually before installing or use the tools provided by the Mint installer to partition during the installation process. The only thing you really have to worry about is when the installer asks you whether to install a boot loader ...


A WUBI setup is... Easier to install (on older systems - UEFI users sometimes have issues) Doesn't require a new bootloader (which Windows can munch) Doesn't require repartitioning your Windows drives to make room Is slower than native because it's one step removed from hardware Can still get munched by Windows. Windows will ultimately do whatever Windows ...


Yes! This is what debootstap is for — at least in Debian-derived distributions like Ubuntu. There are great, straightforward instructions for doing (almost) exactly what you're looking for on the Ubuntu wiki: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebootstrapChroot. This has some important steps for bind mounting /proc/, /dev/ and /sys/ which you'll need for the chroot ...


You can download ISO files and burn it into a CD/DVD using specific format and continue the installation offline. Hope below links address your issues: https://access.redhat.com/articles/142303 http://www.redhat.com/download/howto_download.html+++#3


As you install ubuntu you can install mint ... so you must separate a drive more than 10 GB for your mint then change its format to Ext4 and install mint ! and choose between them with grub ! this answer also can be useful if you want to install them in Same Partition! http://askubuntu.com/a/405762/200504

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