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The partition can be some like this. If you wanna reinstall, you can format root partition only and your home partition still safe.


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Easiest way to get started. Download VirtualPlayer from here and install it. Download Ubuntu from here Start Up Virtual Player. Click create new virtual machine. Then click the Ubuntu ISO that you downloaded. Follow the steps, give it maybe 10GB of space, it will only take up as much space as it's currently using even if you allow it to have 10GB, so it ...


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You may be interested in my experiences in doing this: https://coosoft.wordpress.com/2014/12/22/installing-ubuntu-on-an-asus-eee-901-pc/ Basically I have the OS on the 4GiB SSD but enough space to install applications and do updates etc. Hope this helps, Tony.


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Had the same problem and discovered this article: https://sites.google.com/site/installationubuntu/home/ubuntu-11-10-oneiric-ocelot/install-a-deb-without-ubuntu-software-centre It tells you to install the gdebi package: sudo apt-get install gdebi Then you can right click on the .deb file, select 'open with' and select gdebi instead of the software center. ...


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Crouton does a virtualized Ubuntu, which is advantageous as then it will use the chromebook's proprietary kernal and all the drivers should already be there. If you wish to embark on the journey which is installing Ubuntu alongside chromeOS in a partition, try the following in developer shell: WARNING MUST BACKUP BEFORE DOING THIS -- IT'LL CREATE A NEW ...


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add --keep-debootstrap-dir to the command line (even when using --print-debs). To prevent the target directory from being deleted.


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Mysterio's solution above worked for me. I tried it last night. To provide more detailed step-by-step instructions, here they are: Download the Ubuntu iso. Burn it to a USB flash drive. Ensure your computer boots to USB (this can be done via the BIOS). With your Ubuntu USB inserted, boot up your computer. You will be prompted with Ubuntu asking if you ...


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Actually, what worked for me [Dell Power Edge Server R220] was to copy the iso to usb in the following manner I inserted usb drive then ran dmesg | tail to know the /dev/sd<x> drive. If this drive has partitions then make sure you unmount invidual partitions sudo fdisk -l /dev/sd<x> first sudo umount /dev/sd<x1>; sudo umount ...


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Make sure you have the entire ISO file downloaded. It should be 981MB. Twice I downloaded the iso from the site, but it wasn't the full file although there were no errors with the D/L or indications that it didn't complete.


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Option "nodmraid" only disables the drivers for "FakeRaid" (i.e. Nvidia or intel raid firmware on some SATA controllers). Setting this option may be required if some partitions show up in /dev/mapper/ like "nvidia[somehash]". This may also cause some real partitions (/dev/sda1) to disappear if the dmraid driver decides those devices are used in a dm-raid. ...


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It seems there is a bug in Ubuntu or honeyd that fails the installation via compile and make the honeyd codes, but I finally found a simple way to install honeyd. Open up the following page and then download your 32bit or 64bit version of honeyd. Now it's expected you'll have a dep file, so you can open this file by Ubuntu software center and inside the USC ...


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If you want to have a latest version of VirtualBox, check this: https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Linux_Downloads Add one of the following lines according to your distribution to your /etc/apt/sources.list: deb http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian trusty contrib deb http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian saucy contrib deb ...


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The way I have installed Ubuntu on a Chromebook is by using Crouton. Enter developer mode. At the scary boot screen press Ctrl+D It will take a while to start up. Enter your Google information. Click on this download link: https://goo.gl/fd3zc and save the file to your Downloads folder. In case this link has become obsolete, you can find the latest link to ...


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I used a Linux Live USB with 14.10 Booting with the option "forcepae" allowed boot from USB. Subsequent install seems to be working fine thus far although I am using lubuntu and looking for all performance tweaks as this is a much older laptop.


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I just had the same error trying to make a bootable Ubuntu 14.10 USB stick with Pendrivelinux under Windows 7. I tried 2 different sticks, re-downloading the image, the works. The solution was using Rufus (http://rufus.akeo.ie/) instead of Pendrivelinux.


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Running Debian Wheezy I installed the following packages to successfully configure: libqt4-dev (4:4.8.2+dfsg-11) libqt4-dev-bin (4:4.8.2+dfsg-11) libqt4-opengl-dev (4:4.8.2+dfsg-11) libqtwebkit-dev (2.2.1-5) qt4-linguist-tools (4:4.8.2+dfsg-11) qt4-qmake (4:4.8.2+dfsg-11)



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