I have a fairly old Asus notebook.
I have downloaded Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS and I can not open it because I needed an .ISO opener.
Which one is reliable?
Will that be enough?
Is it the adequate version for a notebook?
I have a problem, & I apologize if this question has already be answered but everytime I search it I find answers that will not work for me in my specific situation. I have an Asus Notebook and it comes factory with ubuntu. I like Ubuntu and I do not want to change OS. However, this notebook does not have a disc drive. It does have USB but I do not know how to boot from USB.
I have notebook HP ProBook 455 G1 (H0W30EA). Yesterday I am install ubuntu 14.04 last release. And my ubuntu 14.04 wi-fi connecting is bad and second OS windows (wi-fi connection) at this notebook work good. I am need reboot my notebook for enabling wifi in ubuntu again.
How I can fix this
I have some question.
This would be my first time with Ubuntu,I bought some cheap notebook Asus K50C-SX002. Can I use newest Ubuntu on that notebook without any problems? Maybe my notebook is too weak for that newest release of Ubuntu? Can you help me?
Asus has many ranges in gaming notebooks family. The put codename G in the front of its model number, like this powerful gaming machine ASUS G73JH. This gamers specially designed notebook is powered by latest Intel Core processor family. It uses Intel Core i3, Core i5 or Core i7 processor.
I am not much experienced to Ubuntu, so apologies if the following query seems obvious.
I have a notebook, on which I want to install the same set of packages which I have on my office notebook. Is their a simple way I can do it .. (Mirror the apt repositories as well as the ded package list)
I have an ASUS notebook and it comes from factory with Ubuntu. I like Ubuntu and I do not want to change the OS. However, this notebook does not have a disc drive. It does have USB, but I do not know how to boot from USB. I'd like to wipe the computer entirely.