I'm trying to install a 64 bits ubuntu desktop 12.10 to my new asus g75vw from a dvd.
Everything worked slowly but fine until it finished, then the installation program prompted me to restart.I clicked restart button after which the computer freezes and finally I have to power it off. Now I can only boot into windows 7 not grub. Where did I go wrong and how do i fix it?
I installed the Distribution upgrade to Kubuntu 14.04 and afterward decided I did not want to handle the bug fixes that are required in a new and incomplete operating system. I re-installed Kubuntu 13.10, and when the installation was finished and Restart required, I clidked on Restart.
I've a Ubuntu Server 11.10 amd64 installation that needed a graphical desktop to execute some visual apps.
While searching for the correct way to achive this, I noticed that there was a lot of people saying that invoquing the gnome desktop installation (apt-get install ubuntu-desktop) would switch from server to desktop kernel. Is this true!?
I have just installed OPENSUSE 11.3 from a CD to a computer running WIN XP. The installation completed and I got to a desktop. I then shut down. When I restarted the computer with the installation CD removed from the drive, I got the message "missing operating system". I ran the installation again, and have left it running.
what a strange problem is this , yesterday i install f12 into my laptop , installation is goes fine , i succesfully boot into my desktop all thing is good , after that i update some packages , and then reboot my system , after reboot i cant see any thing on my desktop, and when is logout or restart my f12 system a popup messages comes up in which i got the messages file manager is still running bu