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Install Ubuntu

posted Jul 8, 2016, 2:40 AM by Javad Taghia
make a bootable usb
on windows:
download rufus
  1. Open Rufus and select your USB stick in the 'Device' dropdown

  2. Click the CD Rom icon next to the 'FreeDOS' dropdown, then find your downloaded Ubuntu ISO and click 'Open' and then 'Start'

  3. Click 'Yes' when it asks to download Syslinux software

  4. Click 'OK' to write in ISO Image mode

  5. Confirm that your USB stick is selected and then 'OK' to continue

  6. When it is finished, just restart your computer and start using Ubuntu, or you can install Ubuntu

on ubuntu:
  1. nsert a USB stick with at least 2GB of free space

  2. Open the dash and search for Startup Disk Creator

  3. Select the Startup Disk Creator to launch the app

    Find the Startup Disk Creator
  4. Click 'Other' to choose the downloaded ISO file if it isn’t found automatically, select the file and click 'Open'

    Select the ISO
  5. Select the USB stick in the bottom box and click 'Make Startup Disk' and then 'Yes'

    Confirm USB stick
  6. That's it! When the process completes, you'll be ready to restart your computer and begin installing Ubuntu

    Writing the ISO to disk

After installation if it doesn't boot, repair boot as follows:
  1. Insert or connect the Ubuntu live media (DVD or USB).
  2. Find out how to boot your computer from removable media.

    Note that there is a difference between booting of older computers (BIOS/MBR) and newer ones designed for Windows 8 and later releases (UEFI/GPT).

    Reboot the computer from live media and choose Try Ubuntu when asked.

    Try Ubuntu

  3. Connect to the internet, then open a terminal with Ctrl+Alt+t, paste the following commands and run them by pressing Enter:

    sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair; \
    sudo apt-get update; \
    sudo apt-get install -y boot-repair && boot-repair
    

    Note: You copy and run them all at once. If you want to run them individually just remove the trailing "; \".

    That's it, the Boot-Repair window will appear!

    Boot-Repair main window

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