I'd like to download the 64bit version of kubuntu, however there appears to only be an amd64 iso and I have an intel chip. Is there no 64bit version for intel chips?
at first excuse my very bad english.
I'll try to explain my problem, i hope you understand.
If I boot from the opensuse 64bit DVD (Ver.11.0/11.1/11.2 - its the same effect)-the bootmenu appears-i choose to install opensuse in the menu-
now the kernel is loading-then i see shortly the next screen-and then
my notebook reboot.
I did a clean install of Ubuntu 12.04 (64bit), then updated to 12.10 (64bit) over the web. I then added the kubuntu backports so that I could install KDE (kubuntu-desktop). Did an update of the repository. Then tried to install kubuntu-desktop. It is complaining that xorg won't be updated, and thus I can't install kubuntu-desktop.
Hey all, go easy on me if I'm making a noob mistake.
I am dual booting Win7/Kubuntu 12.10 using Grub2. All on a single drive, all partitions seem to be correct, using the 64bit version. I can boot from the USB key just fine but not from the disk after selecting Kubuntu from Grub.
After installing off of a live cd (via USB) grub was not working so I ran boot-repair selecting recommended fixes.
Currently, I am running Ubuntu LTS 64bit as a guest on my Mac and Windows boxes. I would like to setup the new beta LTS Trusty as a guest as well. But, I want to use a 64bit version for my Intel machines.
Can I use the 64bit ones listed for AMD? If not is there a 64bit available for Intel? I can't seem to recall what I used to get my current 64bit setup.