Good Ubuntu hardware?
José do Nascimento Dias
josef.nascimento at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 17 13:38:55 UTC 2008
Thanks for your kind answer, Karl.
As I am a newbie (though 71 years old) and my English is not so good, perhaps I could not make myself understood. My REAL problem has to do with INSTALLING kubuntu-8.10 in a system with dual boot provided by Lilo and two other operating systems. As long as I know, the OS kurumin7 cannot start if there is no root directory established for it.
As the kubuntu installer does not accept a [ / ] directory for kurumin at the same time that I put a[ / ]directory for kubuntu in the installing phase PREPARE PARTITIONS, I was wondering if I should put [ /boot ]as the mounting point for kurumin.
> Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2008 13:50:45 +0100
> From: magick.crow at gmail.com
> To: ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> Subject: Re: Good Ubuntu hardware?
> Thanks for your answer.
> > There is NO system that you just load and with no driver setup and
> > work. Forget that and join the REAL world.
> My system worked like that save for the install of the Nvidia driver
> and the codecs and that was really easy.
> > Your friend wants to use Gimp
> > to do video things and it works best on Linux where it was born.
> Video with Gimp??
> Kino, avidemux, open movie or maybe Blender3d.
> > Karl
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