[ubuntu-in] Need the distribution store bangalore
sanjbh at gmail.com
Sat Dec 6 16:52:53 GMT 2008
tabankg, it's pretty easy to upgrade from DVD:
insert the dvd, fire up a shell, and type in...sudo apt-cdrom add ...and
follow the instructions..then...sudo apt-get update
if you prefer the gui...then...insert dvd, go to System > Administration >
Software Sources > Third party software > Add CD-ROM..and do the needful
hope it helps...
On Sat, Dec 6, 2008 at 6:18 PM, tabankg <khabor08 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All! I want to know if this is possible or not!!!
> Presently, I am with Ubuntu-8.10(Upgraded from Ubuntu-8.04.1)via the
> internet(BSNL DATAONE,BROADBAND).
> Now in future upgrades,say, if I want to Upgrade to Ubuntu-9.04(near
> Do I have to upgrade via net only??
> Or, can I upgrade it from the distro DVD(Ubuntu-*.*.*)provided free of
> cost by many leading IT magazines such as:
> LFY(Linux For You),IT-CHIP,DIGIT,PC-WORLD,etc.
> If possible through the distro DVD,please provide me the commands to
> modify the repository files,as well as to add the files to "SYNAPTIC PACKAGE
> I could save precious bandwidth(Broadband is much costly now.)
> Please reply..
> With regards,
> On Sat, Dec 6, 2008 at 5:50 PM, Parthan SR <parth.technofreak at gmail.com>wrote:
>> > You CAN buy Ubuntu CDs and DVDs from online sellers like
>> > rainbowcomputech.com <http://rainbowcomputech.com> if downloading
>> > a 4GB image is not possible for you.
>> > Firstly, Ubuntu is FREE so you can't buy it anywhere but you
>> > can download it <http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download> or
>> > request for a copy <https://shipit.ubuntu.com/> by snail mail.
>> > If you stay around south Bangalore I could burn you a copy.
>> > You can buy it from http://www.opensourcedeal.com
>> OMG. Everybody forgot this - http://www.ubuntu.com/GetUbuntu/purchase ?
>> With Regards,
>> Parthan "technofreak"
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