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FOR THE TITLE I MEANT TO PUT UBUNTU ISO IMAGE NOT UBUNTU CORE LOL where can i find it??? i have a i386 and tryed installing the new OS but ...
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    Where can i find the actual ubuntu core ISO IMAGE?


    FOR THE TITLE I MEANT TO PUT UBUNTU ISO IMAGE NOT UBUNTU CORE LOL
    where can i find it??? i have a i386 and tryed installing the new OS but when i try to boot from pc it says choose installation type so i choose default, and so it reboots and comes right back to the same screen plz help. and also plz tell me where i can find the right type of ISO IMAGES
    Here is my system info:
    System:
    Microsoft Windows XP
    Home Edition
    Version 2002 Service Pack 2
    Hewlett-Packard
    Pavilion
    Intel(R)
    Celeron (R) CPU 2.93GHz
    2.93 GHz, 248 MB of RAM
    and i believe i need an i386 32bit type because i recently tryed to install fedora core and it said my CPU needs a 32bit type and i have tryed over 30 attempts to partition my system for linux and windows or even get rid of windows cuz i recently tryed ubuntu using vmware workstation and i liked it so plz help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slickazzshooter
    Intel(R)
    Celeron (R) CPU 2.93GHz
    2.93 GHz, 248 MB of RAM
    and i believe i need an i386 32bit type because i recently tryed to install fedora core and it said my CPU needs a 32bit type and i have tryed over 30 attempts to partition my system for linux and windows or even get rid of windows cuz i recently tryed ubuntu using vmware workstation and i liked it so plz help.
    Yes, that particular Celeron is a 32-bit (X86 or i386/i486/i586/i686) processor. You want the regular i386 ISO, not the X86_64 or PPC ISOs. You can download them here:

    http://www.ubuntu.com/download
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    ty

    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    Yes, that particular Celeron is a 32-bit (X86 or i386/i486/i586/i686) processor. You want the regular i386 ISO, not the X86_64 or PPC ISOs. You can download them here:

    http://www.ubuntu.com/download
    ty for the tip ill be sure to post whether or not it worked
    wait plz link me to the direct ISO files i need so that i dont pick the wrong ones and mess up again cuz im starting to run out of disks lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by slickazzshooter
    ty for the tip ill be sure to post whether or not it worked
    wait plz link me to the direct ISO files i need so that i dont pick the wrong ones and mess up again cuz im starting to run out of disks lol
    Ok.

    http://mirror.cs.umn.edu/ubuntu-rele...sktop-i386.iso
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    is that the only one i need?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slickazzshooter
    is that the only one i need?
    Yes, Ubuntu is only 1 CD.
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    ty

    ok ty im going to try it and ill bb in a lil while like an hour or two to tell if it worked and wut the problem is if any

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    wait

    one more thing b4 i go and try it, im downloading right now and i wanted ur opinion on whether or not im doing it correctly, i am gonna download it, use deepburner to burn the iso image to a cd and boot from it right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slickazzshooter
    one more thing b4 i go and try it, im downloading right now and i wanted ur opinion on whether or not im doing it correctly, i am gonna download it, use deepburner to burn the iso image to a cd and boot from it right?
    Yes, as long as you burn the ISO as an image (and not just drag and drop the ISO file onto a disc) that should work.
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    ok ill bbs its half way downloading and wut write speed should i choose? max? would it effect it?

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