Practical Episode - Installation using the LiveCD [ID:282] (4/6)

in series: Beginning GNU/Linux with Ubuntu

video tutorial by Lucas Holland and mro, added 06/07

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This video shows you, how to use the LiveCD and gives you installation instructions for an single boot system. If you want to make a dual boot system with Windows and Ubuntu you probably find this screencast useful:

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7. anonymous Sun, 29 Nov 2009 17:02

Great for beginners!!

6. anonymous Thu, 19 Nov 2009 09:21

great walk through

4. anonymous Thu, 28 May 2009 06:07


Very nice to have two voices conversation, alterning informations while the video is runing,

It's more natural and coloquial, permits better reading from each video maker, the sound and read speed are excelent in this video

The disk partition in ubuntu instalation is not very clear, and I've got some problems with other linux instaled on a mult-boot computer - I prefer gparted, its visual, and clear what's going on

im new to Linux,

make more movie how to install other programs

and how to config Network or config internet sharing

this website is the best,

This series makes me anxious to install Ubuntu. As a graphical artist, I've heard good things about this operating system. Thank you very much!

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