but it hasn't done anything, can you run me through how to update to peppermint 3? installing Peppermint 3 is going to completely erase your SSD and replace the Linpus Lite operating system with Peppermint. Though there's a possibility that unetbootin will work in Linpus Lite ..you can download unetbootin here: you'll need to mark it as executable Have you got access to a Windows PC ? or do you want instructions to try unetbootin on Linpus Lite ?
You may also substitute the text editor of your choice (e.g., kate for Kubuntu, mousepad for Xubuntu or just use vim/emacs/nano). You will still need a network cable and another computer.
See: Installation/Netboot or Netinstall via Windows - if you are having problems with 8.10 netboot, see Bug 322001) On this website: Create a bootable USB Drive or Memory Card, the tool used was UNetbootin which seems to only require the one computer to run it on (as a statically linked binary, no install required, minimal dependencies) and generically works for a large number of distributions in addition to Ubuntu and handles custom diskimages and custom kernels.
Shut down your Aspire One and insert the external USB CD-ROM or the USB stick that we just used. Connect your Aspire One to the internet using a wired connection. With the bootable USB stick created, choose the USB HDD option.
This will boot you to the USB CD-ROM/Live USB stick, and allow you to install Ubuntu.
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Install it like normal if you have the hard disk Aspire One.
For good performance and to increase the life of the SSD of your Aspire One 100L use a non-journaled filesystem like ext2.
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