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
Step 7 Of 7
The final page of the installation is simply a summary of the options and settings that you have chosen thus far.
The Advanced button brings up options for the boot loader as well as settings for a network proxy and the option to sign up for an optional package (program) usage survey. If you have multiple hard drives, make sure that the boot loader is going to be installed on the hard drive set to boot first. The default setting (hd0) already points to the first hard disk drive in the boot order. When finished, click OK. You are now ready to click Install to begin copying files to the hard drive.
Depending on your system specs, copying files may take some time. When the progress bar finishes, you will be asked to restart the computer by clicking Restart Now.
After a few moments, your CD should eject and you'll be asked to remove it and press the Enter key to continue.
- 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