harold.johnson at gmail.com
Sun Oct 23 22:18:30 CDT 2005
Thank you, Romuald - this is helpful! I now should be able to install
Xubuntu. Once question: What's the 'export
http_proxy=http://your.proxy:8080' command for? Would it matter if I
didn't run that one?
Harold J. Johnson
On 10/23/05, Romuald Szcześniak <romek at megapolis.pl> wrote:
> Fri, 14 Oct 2005 21:35:10 -0300, *Júlio Santos Monteiro* wrote:
> > Here is an very easy and obivious way to install Xubuntu while there's
> > no installation CD:
> > 1- Put the latest Ubuntu 5.10 (breezy) install-CD in the drive and
> > turn the engines on :-);
> > 2- In the Ubuntu boot screen, type: " server "
> > 3- Follow the steps on screen;
> > 4- When the system is installed and you are in the (console) login
> > screen, enter in your user (created in the installation) and enter as
> > root with the command: " sudo su ";
> > 5- Edit the sources.list (with the command " nano
> > /etc/apt/sources.list ") and put uncomment the " universe "
> > repository line (search for universe and uncomment that line).
> > 6- Save the file
> 6a. export http_proxy=http://your.proxy:8080
> 6b. and " apt-get update ";
> > 7- Then the happy ending: type " apt-get install xubuntu-desktop "
> 7a. dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg
> 7b. apt-get install gdm
> > 8- Enjoy your brand-new Xubuntu!
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