so ive been trying this with a vast array of linux OS's, including android... i currently have ubuntu 12.10, and love it, will never go back to windows bloatware again..
but ive been having some problems, i service computers in the area, and i would like to be able to install ubuntu or really any linux os (ubuntu prefferable) for my customers. problem is, anytime i try and create a boot disk (dvd/cd/usb) it doesnt extract correctly to the drive..
on usb, after trying to boot from usb that is, it tells me that there was no operating system found...
furthermore, on cd/dvd, all that happens is that the disk keeps spinning and spinning.
the way i fix most OS problems for my customers is to reinstall the OS, its the easiest, most efficient way, and i do it on the cheap, so they dont complain.. but when i cant get my boot disks to work, theres a problem...
currently im planning on just buying a set of disks, but what about all the other .iso's id like? for example, the android x86 project that id like to get bootable?
i love linux, i may not understand it, but it allocates memory so well, and is open source and has a huge community because of it. so does anyone have any suggestions? id absolutely hate to keep doing windows xp installs (currently the only ones i am able to do due to this :/ )