the error in my code is that process.h and windows.h do not exist...could you help me as to what package to install or if i am wrong somewhere..i am new to ubuntu :D
on 11/21/2012 – Made popular on 11/21/2012
Ubuntu 12.10 on Lenovo x230 Tablet I5 intel. Very new system, and older retail box DVD of Windows 7 Pro 64bit.
So far I have downloaded Virtual Box from the Ubuntu Software center and then started installing it via Gui. Windows starts its install process but stops during the unpacking process. I left it for 3 hours and it stayed unpacking.
A good mate on a forum had helped me with creating this script but everything Ive thrown at it outputs wrong and I do not know why or what is the issue. I ran all my script in ubuntu's terminal if questioned as bash test.sh.
I ran the wubi ( windows installer for ubuntu ) to install ubuntu 12.10 on my system. It already has windows 7 installed on it. My problem is that although the installation was completed without any problem, whenever I want to start ubuntu, it doesn't start. When I select ubuntu during boot process, the file-loading starts. But for this process it takes forever ( I have waited for 2-3 hrs.
Soon after I got my paws on a Windows 8 Pro installation DVD, I began what I thought would be a simple process of setting up a dual-boot system between it and Ubuntu 12.10 Desktop on an SSD. The SSD is a 2.5″ 128 GB unit from OCZ Technology Group, Inc., which I have already used to dual-boot Windows 7 and older versions of Ubuntu.
All the literature I can find about dual booting Windows and Ubuntu suggests that Windows be installed first, then Ubuntu, since the Ubuntu install software has an option that streamlines this whole process.
I already installed Ubuntu and have been using it for a few months, and I don't want to just wipe everything in order to install Windows and then reinstall Ubuntu.
Dell Inspiron 5150 w/ Windows XP Pro is running out of steam and has no room to grow. Not a HD problem nor Ram but OS problem. MS says I can't run W7 (and most likely W8 so my only option was try Linux. Ubuntu seemed like a simple upgrade path but, boy, was that wrong!
What is this nonsense about hash checking? I never had to do anything remotely like that with any Windows package.