Liam Proven lproven at gmail.com
Thu Dec 19 13:23:44 UTC 2013


On 19 December 2013 06:20, Andrew <hlom8om at mail.ru> wrote:
> I don't know the right place to address my questions for discussion.
> Anyway.
> I need to setup Ubuntu 13.10 on Armada XP board.

The Armada is an old chip now, from 2010.

Looking at this page:
http://www.ubuntu.com/download/arm

.. suggests that 12.04 is the latest supported version. I would start
with 12.04l; if successful, image your boot volume and then try
upgrading to 12.10, 13.04 and finally 13.10.

But 12.04 is the current long-term stable release. It should be good.


> There is no CD-ROM on this board, only USB.

I am not sure what the relevance of this comment is...?

Attach a USB optical drive, then. Or, a much quicker option, place the
ISO on a bootable USB key with System Disk Creator, or unetbootin, or
something like that.



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