Ubuntu is <BEEP> nothing coz it lacks that services in its installer CD

Nay Myo Win rim.riaz at gmail.com
Thu Oct 25 12:40:30 UTC 2007

To tell u the truth, i have downloaded your server version of Ubuntu.
coz i m so crazy of  server functions.

but it won't boot from CD rom
all files are complete not corrupted

my Bios are not out dated
I m just wondering why?

I can easily boot Mandriva, Fedora, Suse, Gentu all other linux easily
why ubuntu server so sucks for me?

sorry if i bother u. i wanna see newbie ubuntu as a successful Linux.
u know , for example , Red Hat,
before they can release perfect Red Hat, their beta and testing version is
only if it is fine in Fedora, it launches Red Hat,

U see? but i m so glad Ubuntu is FOC. coz community are crazy about FOC.
u will become successful sooner or later.


On 10/24/07, Soren Hansen <soren at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 24, 2007 at 09:35:02AM +0630, Nay Myo Win wrote:
> > DHCP
> > DNS
> > Squid
> > File Server
> > Print Server
> >
> > I can't find above service in sypatic package and add/remove program.
> Add/Remove programs is meant for desktop applications.
> > what the <BEEP> i can do without them as an Admin?
> You can find all of those things in synaptic.  You just need to realise
> that for example there's no package called "File server". You can serve
> files in many different ways (http, ftp, cifs, and nfs, just to name a
> few) and that functionality is provided by different packages (apache2,
> vsftpd, samba, nfs-server-kernel, for instance).  Synaptic should be
> able to help you search for the packages you need. If that doesn't help
> you, you can *politely* (this is very important) ask for help in
> choosing the right software for your needs.
> > *** can't log in as "root" by typing "su -"  **********
> Correct. Ubuntu encourages the user to not log in as root, but to use
> sudo to run the specific commands that require root privilege. So,
> instead of:
> soren at sirius:~$ su -
> root at sirius:~# adduser john
> Adding user `john'...
> [etc, etc.]
> ...what Ubuntu wants you to do is:
> soren at sirius:~$ sudo adduser john
> Adding user `john'...
> [etc, etc.]
> You will notice that every time you start a terminal, you see the
> following helpful notice:
>   To run a command as administrator (user "root"), use "sudo <command>".
>   See "man sudo_root" for details.
> If you have suggestions as to how we can make it any more clear than
> that, please share them.
> > it is the worst of <BEEP> ubuntu.
> > no other Linux don't make us angry
> No other users make us quite as angry as you. Please behave in a
> respectful manner. I do believe we've earned it.
> --
> Soren Hansen
> Ubuntu Server Team
> http://www.ubuntu.com/
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Nay Myo
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