On Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 8:57 PM, John Heinen <hensandpat@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> ac wrote:
>> Mark Hyd wrote:
>>> Hi there! I've just downloaded the UBUNTU 8.10 DESKTOP EDITION ISO IMAGE and
>>> have burned it to CD.
>>> I choose the option to install Ubuntu inside Windows, so that I can run both
>>> OS's without having to have a second partition.
>>> Ubuntu installs, and I put in my user name and password. I press ENTER, the
>>> screen shows the coloured background, and doesn't load any further, no
>>> matter how long I wait for. In the end, I have to turn my PC off at the wall
>>> because it's no longer responding, AND Ubuntu hasn't loaded up at all. What
>>> could be the problem? My computer has got enough RAM and hard disk space.
>> After the initial install activity, it is necessary to restart, and
>> when doing this obviously choose ubuntu at restart, then a lot more
>> tidying up occurs, and you will also find that updates are available,
>> accept them for download. If a kernel (linux image) is included - as
>> it might be for the first set of updates, then a restart is also required.
>> If you have completed all that, and find it still does not complete
>> running up, then I would guess that the CD itself was worth checking -
>> in the target pc if possible.
> Question? How does one install ubuntu within windows xp or vista?
There is a wubi installer on the CD...
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