[ubuntu-uk] Unity testing
bytesoup at gmail.com
Sat Apr 7 16:30:04 UTC 2012
Just giving this a spin.. I downloaded a 32bit desktop ISO of beta 2,
booting from USB connected HDD and running like a live CD. I can see my
home network in the network manager wireless networking list but can't
select it to connect.
I bet I'm missing something obvious here, but it seems it only allowing
selection of open networks.
Is this a problem?
On Apr 7, 2012 5:10 PM, "Alan Pope" <alan.pope at canonical.com> wrote:
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> On 07/04/12 15:40, Norman Silverstone wrote:
> > I would like to have a go but need a little helpful advice, please.
> > I have Ubuntu 11.04 on my desktop computer and wondered if there is
> > a simple way to install the version of Ubuntu to be tested along
> > side the version I use.
> There is. Download the ISO, use USB startup disk creator to put it on
> a USB stick, or burn the ISO to a CD/DVD.
> Boot off the USB stick or CD/DVD and then follow the prompts. one of
> the options is to install side-by-side with your existing
> installation. Choose that, job done.
> Other options will allow you to "upgrade" or "overwrite". Don't choose
> those if you absolutely want dual boot.
> Once installed the grub boot menu will show both installs.
> - --
> Alan Pope
> Engineering Manager
> Canonical - Product Strategy
> +44 (0) 7973 620 164
> alan.pope at canonical.com
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