Questions about: system-installation

What partitioning scheme do you recommend for a desktop? I've always created three or four primary partitions -- root, swap, home, and sometimes a separate boot partition. Ubuntu's default install offers LVMs. I've never had to add additional drives
I need my pre-installed version of Windows 7 (or any other version of Windows), how could I install Ubuntu without erasing it? The instructions below are for Ubuntu 11. 10. Other versions will be similar but might have a slightly different appearance
Actually, Ubuntu does have disk swap and it does have a separate disk partition. And so what if it doesn't! Just go into the command line interface in windows and type diskpart disk_partition_name I've even seen it have it. If I go into my disk parti
May 3, 2010 When I installed, I selected the option to encrypt my home folder. I believe this is causing constant crashes now, since error message is user id/password related. Is there a way to remove the encryption? Ubuntu Security :: Removing Encry
The error message means that your CPU does not support PAE extensions – that is a technique which allows a 32bit CPU to address more than 4GB of memory address space. By default, 12. 04 and later versions of Ubuntu expects a CPU with this capability:
Creating installation media for your operating system of choice used to be simple. Just download an ISO and burn it to CD or DVD. Now we’re using USB drives, and the process is a little different for each operating system
Answer #: 1 You can check the installer logs and dates at: /var/log/installer A quick way to find the date through the command line would be by running: ls -l /var/log/installer Answer #: 2 If you use ext2/ext3/ext4 and formatted the disk when you in
I'd like to see the full How-To on how to use manual partitioning during Ubuntu installation. The existing guides (at least those I found here) cover only automatic part and leave untouched the manual part (or extremely short and contain no pictures)
(Content copied from "Ubuntu 14. 10 ISO live boot ends up with a corrupted display" #13615 VirtualBox bug ticket, by piotrjurkiewicz) Booting up live session of Ubuntu MATE 14. 10 and Ubuntu Gnome 14