Thanks! I did the unthinkable: Re-installed over a perfectly working CF-28MK3 using Navigatrix 0.4 with a non-PAE Debian system. Loaded but then did NOT work. Then Nav0.4 would NOT load either. Now it's working fine with Mint9XFCE, whew! No more testing on the CF-28 until I get another caddy to play with. On another note, I found this from the Debian site:https://www.debian.org/CD/live/
Live install images
A “live install” image contains a Debian system that can boot without modifying any files on the hard drive and also allows installation of Debian from the contents of the image.
Is a live image suitable for me? Here are some things to consider that will help you decide.
•Launcher: In addition to text and GUI install options in the boot menu, the desktop flavors contain a launcher on the desktop that can be used to install while running the live image.
•Flavors: The live images come in "flavors", four providing the desktop environments GNOME, KDE, LXDE and Xfce, and two text console flavors: rescue and standard. Many users will find these initial package selections suitable, installing any additional packages they need from the network afterwards.
•Architecture: Only images for the two most popular architectures, 32-bit PC (i386) and 64-bit PC (amd64), are currently provided.
•Size: Each image is much smaller than the full set of CD/DVD images, but larger than the network install media. If you are installing from optical media, the standard and rescue images will fit on a CD, whereas the others require a DVD. If you are installing from a USB key, only LXDE, Xfce, standard and rescue will fit on a 1G device, whereas the others require a larger key.
•Languages: The images do not contain a complete set of language support packages. If you need input methods, fonts and supplemental language packages for your language, you'll need to install these afterwards.
More to follow -:)
CF-53 Mint LMDE3
CF-30 MK2 SSD LMDE2
Betsy, MK2 Navigatrix, Fundraiser for TbT
CF-52 GUN SSD LMDE2
(NICE) Thanks Sadlmkr
CF-29 MX-16 (https://mxlinux.org/
) Thanks Morgan
CF-28 MK3 MX-14.3 & MicroWattR8