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How to install ubuntu linux os in my laptop

How to install Ubuntu os in my laptop. Ubuntu taking minimum ram requirement 256mb. But my my laptop having 256mb ram. but the virtual memory taking 8mb. So, i cant able to install that os. Can you please help me to install any other way?

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Lubuntu is a fast and lightweight operating system developed by a community of Free and Open Source enthusiasts. The core of the system is based on Linux and Ubuntu.
http://www.lubuntu.net/

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What version of Ubuntu do you have? You can try to use a Live CD Version and install from that...

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    Lubuntu is a fast and lightweight operating system developed by a community of Free and Open Source enthusiasts. The core of the system is based on Linux and Ubuntu .

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    http://www.lubuntu.net/

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I downloaded a Linux program from the Internet to my download directory. How can I install it?


It depends on situation.
What is your operating system?

Windows:
No easy way exists to run Linux program in windows. Use VirtualBox or VMware virtual environment, download Linux OS, install virtual Linux machine and then install your downloaded program in Linux.
VirtualBox free download (virtual environment):
Welcome to VirtualBox org

Ubuntu Linux OS free download (virtual machine):
http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop

Your final installation set look:

Your downloaded program
Linux operating system - installed as virtual machine
Virtual environment
Windows OS
These components are installed on computer

Linux:
There exists more program packages types :
RPM package installation (Centos, RedHat, OpenSuse...)
rpm -ivh program_name.rpm

Debian package installation (Ubuntu, Debian...)
sudo dpkg -i program_name.deb
or
sudo apt get install program_name

General compressed file / installator
File extesion examples:
package_name.tgz
package_name.tar.gz:

Unpacking
tar -xvzf program_name.tgz

Installation of executable file :
./install.sh
(or another file from the package)

Jan 19, 2016 | Operating Systems

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Plant Vs. Zombies run in an ubuntu( Linux OS)


I have been installing OS for windows and Linux. But I have a problem running online and offline games in linux flatforms.
I am fond of playing offline games too. Since Our clients in the internet cafe' requests PLANT VS. ZOMBIES game be installed in the other units having ubuntu OS 8.10 client desktops.
Just make sure when you have installed the ubuntu it must be accompanied with WINE INSTALLER in order to run the exe. file of the Windows design Plant Vs. Zombies. Copy the folder of the Plant Vs. Zombies files and then paste it in the desktop or home folder of the Linux OS.
Right Click the exe icon the open it with wine program installer. Then just wait for a while then the Plant Vs. Zombies game will load in a linux Program.

Enjoy Playing Plant Vs. Zombies in Windows and Linux Program.

Good Luck....

on Jun 13, 2010 | PC Mall Ubuntu 8.10 for Linux

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Uninstall os linux ubuntu 13.10 from my laptop


Are you dual booting? Windows and Ubuntu? What version of Windows? You maybe able to reclaim the space by using the Disk Management (right click "My Computer" select Manage then select Disk Management). In there you will see NTFS for your Windows partitions, and something like Unknown for the linux ones, you can then delete the linux partition and possibly extend your NTFS partition to use the free space (depending on version of windows).
If this is a standalone Ubuntu install, you should be able to just use the installer disk for another OS and boot it to reformat the drive.
good luck!

Jan 10, 2014 | Operating Systems

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I just installed ubuntu LTS 10.04 over windows, they are both working ok, but as I am a rookie on linux I dont know how to install my hardware I have a Toshiba Satellite Laptop P30. what can I do? I wish I...


here are a cupel of links that should help you they are very explainitory guides to using ubuntu.

http://ubuntumanual.org/
http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu:Lucid
http://ubuntu-manual.org/

I hope this helped.

Thank you,
Norse

May 18, 2010 | Canonical Ltd. Ubuntu

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Iv installed ubuntu linux and have no clue


installing software in ubuntu is different than windows, so you may fall in problem.


watch the video on how to install softs on linux

thanks for using fixya.
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Feb 26, 2010 | PC Mall Ubuntu 8.10 for Linux

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Linux black screen


hello!

if its below 384mb ram you must use the alternate installer: http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/downloadmirrors#alternate

You should also take out any extra pci cards thats not absolutley needed for the pc to be running. And put them back in when installation is finished.


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Feb 20, 2009 | Gentoo Linux Operatimg System

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Installing Linux


you can use virtual drive to install linux within windows os. you can download virtual drive for free look for virtual box version.

Dec 16, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Download Ubuntu


Hello Eitan,

I will provide you the direct download link for Ubuntu latest version. And this the original version.

Here is the link:

http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download

You will have two options either you can download the CD version or DVD version. Also you will have the case studis, online support and the documentation for installing Ubuntu.

Sep 10, 2008 | Canonical Ltd. Ubuntu

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