yes, check the minimal requirements for mint first.from what i hear at forums.linuxmint you are a bit spare with 256MB.
(not that one couldnt work around it, its just not recommended)
ah, and the mint-installer offers you
a)to do it automatic, he will keep the existing OS and you may dual-boot
b)to use the whole hard-disk, your puppy will be gone
c) to do the partition manually.
if it was me i would use the first option, in case it dosnt work you got your running puppy.
Last edited by j1alu; 11-19-2009 at 06:44 AM.