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#1 RAMIA

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Posted 05 November 2015 - 02:47 PM

from this

http://www.kubuntu.org/getkubuntu/

Which version is preferable for my computer?

 

14.04 LTS

or

15.10 ?

 

i have backup

and free spcace usb stick to install live usb via bios

I hope that the installation will good.

 

in software of GParted, how Exactly to format the info from usb?

 

i have UNetbootin also


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Posted 05 November 2015 - 03:03 PM

14.04 LTS is best for your computer.
 

in software of GParted, how Exactly to format the info from usb?


Do you want to install Kubuntu to the USB, or do you want to use the USB to install Kubuntu to your computer?

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Posted 05 November 2015 - 03:40 PM

14.04 LTS is best for your computer.
 
Do you want to install Kubuntu to the USB, or do you want to use the USB to install Kubuntu to your computer?


What better ?

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Posted 05 November 2015 - 04:46 PM

Did you get "Down Them All" installed yet? that is First Thing To Do.

 

Here is the Hash Sum that you need for the Kubuntu LTS you mentioned above, it is on the bottom of the download page if you want to look at it.  It is a SHA256, so choose that in "Down Them All"  Also, read the bottom of that page and you will understand why I ask you do this.  The Hash is in Bold!

kubuntu-14.04.3-desktop-amd64.iso:

 

44cc15a31f9a3a6b583929ce711a5eb76fddb1ba447726f9bb2539d78b7a53bc


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Posted 05 November 2015 - 05:28 PM

first

in software of GParted, how Exactly to format the info from usb?

and via software of GParted, where is Exactly is found the usb?

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& in hard disc, How much space to leave for this installation? 20 GB again?

& how to this via software of GParted? ( Reducing the size of the certain partition)


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Posted 05 November 2015 - 05:51 PM

Click the upper Left where it says /dev/sda/ and if USB is Mounted you will see it there.

 

You can also do this in XP if you want.

 

I think 20GB is fine.


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Posted 05 November 2015 - 06:07 PM



Click the upper Left where it says /dev/sda/ and if USB is Mounted you will see it there.

 

i see this

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so, how to format the all data from the this usb to fotmat fat32 again?

"You can also do this in XP if you want"

i can't install correct the software of GParted on os of windows, so how Exactly to install this there in correct?


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Posted 05 November 2015 - 06:13 PM

it's very Important to me that this installation will be without errors in manager update.of the os linux.

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Posted 05 November 2015 - 08:48 PM

I think it's okay to do format in linux.

 

The rest of what you do should be in XP I think.  Downloading iso with a broken OS might not be a good idea.  You can wait for better advice if you like.

 

To format:  Double Check that you have the Right USB before you click Format!!!!

Right Click on the Partition

Choose Unmount

Right Click again and choose the format option you want

Click on Green Check Mark at Top, it will say "Apply All Operations" when you hover over it.

When done Click "Close"


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Posted 06 November 2015 - 04:52 AM

 

Which version is preferable for my computer?

 

14.04 LTS

or

15.10 ?

 

14.04 LTS because it's more stable, and the 64 bit version because your computer is 64 bit, which will help with performance. Linux is not like Windows, you don't need a lot of RAM installed to run 64 bit. Plus 14.04 will be supported until April 2019. 15.10 will be unsupported in less than a year. 

 

15.10 is newer & you may have problems that others can't help with. I've been running Linux Mint for 6.5 years, and still prefer the LTS releases (actually that's what Mint has gone to, all LTS ones). 

 

For those who are new to Linux, I always recommend LTS distros, no matter which one is chosen to run. Kubuntu is fine if that's what you want. But some things you will need to relearn, KDE is different from MATE. That doesn't mean that KDE is harder, it just means you'll have to perform some tasks different & adapt to the new environment. 

 

Also, running from a USB drive will be slower than on your computer, so if you're wondering 'why is it so slow', you'll know why. 

 

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Posted 06 November 2015 - 08:33 AM

What Exactly does that mean "Hash Sum"?


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Posted 06 November 2015 - 10:47 AM

Sorry RAMIA, Hash Sum (below for your Kubuntu) is another name for the number used to authenticate the iso of linux.

 

44cc15a31f9a3a6b583929ce711a5eb76fddb1ba447726f9bb2539d78b7a53bc

 

Here is a few articles don't let it confuse you, it is easily checked in Firefox like I showed you.

 

http://www.howtogeek.com/67241/htg-explains-what-are-md5-sha-1-hashes-and-how-do-i-check-them/

 

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToSHA256SUM


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Posted 06 November 2015 - 04:49 PM

Installing Kubuntu to USB stick is pointless for anything but testing purposes as it will be slow. Remember you are limited to the read write speed of the USB stick.

 

I will be keeping a close eye on this thread and if it goes off topic I will have it closed.



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Posted 06 November 2015 - 05:17 PM

What better ?


Using something like Unetbootin and the USB to install Kubuntu to your computer, is better.

As Nick said, installing to the USB will make it too slow.

So, the first thing you have to do is download Kubuntu. Please let us know when you have done so.

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Posted 07 November 2015 - 12:59 AM

i can't install correct the software of GParted on os of windows, so how Exactly to install this there in correct?

i need help of how to install correct in os of windows the software of GParted? via usb stick.

 

i do not found from this download, to os windows, why?

what Exactly need that software of GParted will install correct in  os windows?

Without the obligation to use the A CD burner?

 

http://gparted.org/download.php


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