I have recently built a computer from components I had lying around - The motherboard is Asrock H61M-DGS with UEFI which I have no experience with - I tried to install the latest version of Ubuntu (version 18.10) I think it was - this did not install because apparently the UEFI stopped it - I could not find legacy bios or secure boot.
I think tried Lixux Mint 19 I think - same result/
So I thought give it one last try and try to install Ubuntu 14.04 I think it was LTS, anyway it installed without problems and very stable.
Because I wanted to do some video editing I installed Kdenlive from the Ubuntu Software Center, also installed okay - I then realised the version installed is very old Version 0.9.6-5ubuntu1.
I took a look at Kdenlive website and saw the latest version as 18.12 so thought maybe I could install this version, but of course I have to now ask the question will it install on my old version Ubuntu or will I have problems.
I followed instructions to install the Kdenlive PPA but all seemed okay but at the end there were three errors (which I did not record - sorry) anyway the PPA is in the Software and Update tab so I guess it's okay?
Sorry this is long winded - Now can I install the latest version and if so how can I do it - probably the terminal - but do I have to remove the old version first? or can I have the two versions, only removing the old one if the updated Kdenlive works?