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i have a POS system computer (Advanced APT AP15) which already has an ubuntu 12.04 LTS installed and i want to install an 14.04 Ubuntu, i'm using an live USB, when the installer starts the touch screen does not works,so i can't select "Try Ubuntu" or "install Ubuntu"

My question it's, i can install ubuntu using a USB mouse and then configure the touch screen later? and how i can do that?

  • Are you still there? – sbergeron Sep 21 '14 at 17:10
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    maybe if someone that down vote my question has the kindness of tell me why i could learn what not to do the next time ¬¬ – Diego Fernando Murillo Valenci Sep 22 '14 at 3:43
  • @Seth Why exactly did Community protect this? – David Sep 13 '16 at 14:55
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If it already has 12.04 then you can just upgrade but typing sudo do-release-upgrade in a terminal then inputting your password. Also if you can do the install with a mouse then go back to a regular boot, run a dpkg-repack (I'll give you a link in a bit) and save that to a USB then you can reinstall all the drivers later... Just don't blame anyone if you get compatibility issues if you do that.

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    thanks, the problem its that i don't have the root password, so for that reason i want to reinstall the system – Diego Fernando Murillo Valenci Sep 22 '14 at 3:38

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