The '2 CD install' requires a fresh Kubuntu0704 install, so it's more like a 'three CD install'
Kubuntu704 for 386
LMCE CD1 and CD2
The quickest is the DVD install, but it can be a bit more selective in regards to hardware.
The safest is the 'three CD install'
First insert the Kubuntu0704
(important that it's 0704, as LMCE0710 isn't out yet)
Boot from the Live CD
Install Kubuntu from the desktop icon
input your user and locale
Select 'guided, use the whole disc' if you are going to use this as a LMCE machine (and you allready tried the DVD) this is the easiest (Warning, this option will delete any OS allready on the disc).
After you install Kubuntu you have to reboot
Log on using the user and pass you created
You will get to a desktop that looks like thisscreenshots
At this point I usually copy the CD ISOs from my windows machine onto the desktop. (this requires a network connection and a Windows share with the ISOs)
Click the taskbar icon that looks like a computer.
Click the remote places
Click Samba shares, you will now find your Windows workgroup
Select the appropriate computer and share.
Drag the three ISO files onto the desktop, (not absolutely necessary, but is a lot quicker as the machine will have to cache the CDs if you do not have them as ISOs locally)
Kubuntu 7.04 i386, LMCE CD1 and CD2
Insert LMCE CD1 in the disc drive, A popup will ask you what to do.
Select open in new window
rightclick the installLMCE.deb
chose the package option and,
select install package
type your Kubuntu password when asked, and enter.
When the installer is done press enter to close the window.
click the install LMCE icon on the desktop
type your Kubuntu password when asked.
Press next a couple of times, if you have a GeForce card you will be asked to install the Nvidia drivers, press yes.
The machine will reboot if you have chosen to install the Nvidia drivers.
Logo on and click the install LMCE icon again.
(the order of the next few points is taken from recollection and I may have got the order wrong)
You will be asked if you want the machine to be a LMCE by default (I chose that option)
And if you want to or it is legal to install DVD and MP3 decoders so that you can play MP3s and DVDs
You will also be asked about your network settings, if you want to use LMCE as it should the defaults are fine (Warning, you have to disable the DHCP server in your router after install)
You will be asked about the LMCE CDs
click the browse symbol
click on 'files'
click on 'home' 'youruser' 'desktop'
select the LMCE CD1 ISO
Next, do the same for the LMCE CD2 and Kubuntu 704 ISOs
Your machine will now install LMCE
This can take 1-4 hours depending on hardware.
When the install is completed you are asked to reboot.
On this reboot you will setup the basic settings for LMCE
if you get a black display pressing the buttons 1 trough 5 will select video output.
If everything is ok and you put in settings that work for you LMCE will continue to set up.
After a while a girl (Sara) will tell you how to proceed.
I suggest you also check the Wiki for install tips.