Ubuntu: Downloading a Boot Disc [duplicate]



Question:

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Where can I download Ubuntu?

Where can I download a copy of ubuntu to burn as a boot disc i can install from after formatting the HD>

All i can find is the wubi file, which is from within windows. Also it has no iso file to burn to dvd.


Solution:1

  1. Go to the official Ubuntu download page and click on Get Ubuntu 12.10.
  2. You will be taken to the donate funds page. Scroll down to the bottom and click on Not now, take me to the download.
  3. The iso file will start downloading or you will see a prompt to save the file.

If you want the 64 bit version then in the first page You can Choose your flavor. There is also a separate button for the older and long term support version 12.04 LTS on the same page.

I hope this helps.


Solution:2

ON the Ubuntu website, click on downloads, click if you want 12.10 or 12.04, 64 bit or 32 bit, and then the download will begin.


Solution:3

Going by the comments in the answers posted before in this thread, if I understand your problem, then, just copy all the files to a CD/DVD using Nero or other good software that you have, the CD/DVD should have at least about 750 MB free space and then restart your computer, and follow the procedure given here. Hope this helps, post if you have any trouble.


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