Now, I confess to being both confused and a little put out here.
I made a donation whilst arranging to download Ubuntu. I have never used this software, so just used ubuntu dot com to find you. Having had a file download, I find it is for commercial CD burning software and NOT an OS.
Is this site a con-job, and if not - where can I download the OS?
The problem is that I wanted whatever flavour of Ubuntu was on offer. All I get is an downloader for a CD?DVD burning software suite - that has to be paid for.
I don't care which version of Ubuntu, I have never used it and thought I'd put it on an older machine that I hope can use it.
If there is a direct download page, I would like to know where it is.
Update: I tried the download link above (same as the one I tried before) for some reason it saves as a photoshop file? It also appears to be downloading the same file as before (1 GB)... I also want the 32 bit version. Now, I have limited experience with doing this (no - reallyu :-) ). Version 14.4. Never used an ISO file. It may be because I use Wndows Vista, but am upgrading my normal PC to win 7, so may have to try again after that.