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comment Do I use ext4 for all partitions (such as / and /boot)? What are the other formats used for?
@Ho0t0nix , nice one (have a 1up), I keep that in mind next time... I got do some home work of my own in regards to BtrFS and ZFS working with large file systems. I love the idea behind thesse two FS and what they can do.
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comment Do I use ext4 for all partitions (such as / and /boot)? What are the other formats used for?
@ph0t0nix Large Files System or do you mean large Files? XFS is a good file system when you using as a media center or DVR holding video where files are generally large.
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comment Installing Eclipse Kepler
If you MUST have oracle / Sun java then take a look at this: - help.ubuntu.com/community/Java
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comment Installing Eclipse Kepler
Sorry I forgot to post the JDK install... If you not fussed about running OpenJDK then its easy to install this with : - apt-get install openjdk-7-jdk openjdk-7-jre
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comment Try Ubuntu from disk
Can you confirm you are booting from CD-ROM or running this from the Windows Desktop? (It sounds like you are describing the latter. If so consider booting from the CD-ROM drive and try the live Disk option, this will allow you to try Ubuntu with out installing it also). If this also renders the same result it indicate the the burn of the ISO image to disk is corrupt. You can perform an MD5SUM check to confirm the image is OK.. I found a site that can help you. Windows support available. help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM