Page 2:Before We Begin
Page 3:Beginning The Installation
Page 4:Preparing The Hard Drive
Page 5:Understanding Linux Partitions
Page 6:Creating Linux Partitions
Page 7:Step 5 Of 7
Page 8:Step 6 Of 7
Page 9:Step 7 Of 7
Page 10:Booting Ubuntu For The First Time
Page 11:The Desktop
Page 12:Updating Your System Files And Drivers
Page 13:How Do I Install Software?
Page 14:Codecs For Multimedia Playback
Page 15:Getting Help Online
Beginning The Installation
Once you have gotten the ISO file burned to a CD, it's time to reboot. Remember to set your BIOS so that it looks at your CD/DVD drive first!
Once the CD has booted, use the arrow keys to choose the language for your installation and press Enter.
Press the down arrow key and then Enter to choose Install Ubuntu.
Step 1 of 7
Step one in the graphical installation wizard is to choose the language for your new operating system once it's installed. When you have chosen your language in the left pane, click Forward.
Step 2 of 7
Step two is to choose your time zone. You can simply click your location on the map, choose a region, or select the major city in your time zone. When you have set your time zone, click Forward.
Step 3 of 7
Step three is the keyboard setup. You can go with the "Suggested" option or "Choose your own" by selecting the language of your keyboard in the left pane and the keyboard layout in the right pane. When finished, just click Forward.
- Before We Begin
- Beginning The Installation
- Preparing The Hard Drive
- Understanding Linux Partitions
- Creating Linux Partitions
- Step 5 Of 7
- Step 6 Of 7
- Step 7 Of 7
- Booting Ubuntu For The First Time
- The Desktop
- Updating Your System Files And Drivers
- How Do I Install Software?
- Codecs For Multimedia Playback
- Getting Help Online