Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Installation

"... Because free software was built in an open way, anyone could contribute to software by looking through the code, finding bugs, and fixing them. Because software ended up being examined by larger numbers of programmers, free software was higher in quality, performed better, and offered more features than similar software developed through proprietary development mechanisms. It turned out that in many situations, the development model behind free software led to software that was inherently better than proprietary alternatives."

- The Official Ubuntu Book Sixth Edition

1. Download Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Desktop from http://www.ubuntu.com.
2. Burn .ISO image of Ubuntu into CD using your burning software (InfraRecorder, Nero).
3. After burning image, insert to you CD drive and reboot your computer.
4. Your computer should boot CD drive in priority. When Ubuntu boots up, click Try Ubuntu as shown below wait until Desktop appears.
5. The following is the default desktop of Ubuntu live CD:

(To be continued ...)

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