Steve Smith demonstrates the installation process from download to installation using the WUBI client, Ubuntu 12.10, in Windows 7 Professional 64BIT.
Episode #3-12 released on December 2, 2012
Periodically, we tire of the overly commercialized operating systems, and long for open source and free solutions that can do nearly everything we wish. Sometimes having a solution like Linux dual booting in our machines is a good way of presenting choice in our everyday tasks.
Now, I've done this before with a straight, and standard computer system, running Windows XP, this time, let's use a non-traditional computer setup, three hard disks, 1 SSD, and 2 Spinning drives. Now, Windows 8 may realize what a SSD drive is, but for this experiment, we are going to install to a Western Digital Terabyte Blue drive, since I am not interested in burning out my Windows OS drive, the SSD drive.
Now, as before, you will download the WUBI installer made for Windows, which allows us to install Ubuntu 12.10, as if, it was an application. You can get this by going to http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/windows-installer. Run the installer, specify the drive you want to install it on, the language you want to use, installation size, username, desktop environment, password, then click install.
Once the computer restarts, you will be presented with a choice, Windows or Ubuntu. Select Ubuntu to finish all the rest of the installation process.
Note: If you wish to install Ubuntu onto a SSD drive, please be sure to keep any kind of virtual memory turned off, or confined to a traditional spinning hard drive to avoid any premature wear and tear of the SSD drive.
Next week, I deal with your privacy and location in iOS6, and explain how to use it, and things you can do to see when your phone is broadcasting your location. December 16th, is the last episode of TQA Weekly, for the year 2012, and I'll be talking about why I hate Internet Explorer, not just from a security stand point, but the view point of a web developer, and I am interested in knowing what you think, so I invite you all to send me your comments and stories on the manner to email@example.com.
Remember to like this episode if you were interested in today's topic, share if you think someone else could benefit from the topic, and subscribe if you want to learn more. For the show notes of this episode and others, for more information on other ways to subscribe to our show, to subscribe to our weekly newsletter, and how to participate by submitting your questions, comments, suggestions, and stories, head over to TQAWeekly.com.
Host : Steve Smith | Music : Jonny Lee Hart | Editor : Steve Smith | Producer : Zed Axis Productions
Feel free to ask more questions, comment on the content, share other possible solutions, and suggestions. An account is required, please register, or login to leave your comment. Thank you for your input.
You play Takkar, and are part of a Wenja tribe, you are hunting a Woolly Mammoth baby, and successfully kill it, in order to survive, when a saber-toothed tiger attacks you killing everyone in your tribe, but yourself. Defenseless, you have to build new weapons for yourself using the resources available around you. These first weapons include bow and arrows, spears, and clubs. All of which can be lit on fire. You have to contend with day and night cycles, and survive in the wilderness along side woolly mammoths, dire wolves, cave bears, cave lions, woolly rhinos, irish elk, saber-toothed cats, brown bears, badgers, deer, etc.
Published on April 21st, 2018