[ubuntu-za] Please help me to install ubuntu.
wikus.m at gmail.com
Fri Nov 17 17:45:27 GMT 2006
I just changed the boot options to cdrom, rebooted and voila. Pressed
enter, and installation is now in progress.
THANKS for your help.
On 11/17/06, Bester, Marthinus, Mnr <13594257 at sun.ac.za>
<13594257 at sun.ac.za> wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> I am new to linux and I have a pentium 2 upgraded pc running windows xp...
> I want to install ubuntu and I have both the pc version and the 64-bit pc
> If I put the cd in my pc while its on, it just gives me a menu with software
> that I can install but NO INSTALL BUTTON with both the pc and 64-bit pc
> If I try to restart my pc, it doesnt do anything.
> What should I do to install it? Is there a hidden install button?
> MAIL ME
> Dear Wikus
> Could you please infrom us which version of Ubuntu you are trying to
> Usually, after the initial boot-up screen of the distro, you should actually
> only have to press ENTER :)
> The 64-bit version will ABSOLUTELY NOT WORK - as a Pentium2 doesn't have the
> 64-bit Extentions necessary to run it - don't worry however - you won't know
> the difference :)
> (any knowledgable ppl please ignore the above statement - I guess that
> explaining pre-compiled packages and source files is way beyond the scope of
> the answer here?)
> Marthinus Bester
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