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I sort of understood before I read it, but that helped me clear up many gaps in my knowledge and terminology. I used that article myself a few times in the early days with Ubuntu, Mint, Lubuntu, Xubuntu, etc.

A 'full' install loses perhaps 85% of the advantages that you enjoy with the compressed, 'read-only' 'frugal' install.

Furthermore, Pup's version of Grub4DOS is highly 'tweaked' to work specifically with Pup's SFS files.

So I may well just keep the new partition for storing data on as the EOL for my operating system is only a few months away, which is when I will replace it at the latest. I know it's not the right place, but.....what's your wireless card? I've listed the output from my Toshiba in the Study of a Distro I am in, namely a "limited life" one such as Al is trying, in this case it is Ubuntu 16.10 'Yakkety Yak' with the GNOME DE (desktop environment).

So we are going to take a look at what is involved with the initial installation of Grub (or not), and what changes we might or might not make, what steps we might take, to preserve our order on the Grub Menu, if that is what we wish to do.

I've had it bookmarked for a couple of years, at least. Compaq Presario SR1916UK; Athlon64 X2 3800 , 3 GB RAM, WD 500GB Caviar 'Blue', 32GB Kingspec PATA SSD, 3 TB Seagate 'Expansion' external HDD, ATI Radeon Xpress 200 graphics, Dell 15.1" p Np monitor (1024 x 768), TP-Link PCI-e USB 3.0 card, Logitech c920 HD Pro webcam, self-powered 7-port USB 2.0 hub Thanks Mike!

The reason it came up for me is that, when I set up partitions on my system, I ended up creating a primary partition for the data and suspected that I could do better.

I initially installed Kubuntu 16.04, only to find out that no kernels that the 14.04 - 16.04 distros currently use will work with my wifi card, due to some bug.