ubantu

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  1. implague

    implague MDL Junior Member

    Oct 30, 2008
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    hi there i have 4 ubantu linux cd's i want to make them in one single dvd can u plz instruct me how to make those all 4 images in one single bootable dvd?
     
  2. duh

    duh MDL Member

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    man debootstrap cdebootstrap cdd-common dfsbuild
    when it comes to linux? there is no one to help better than man pages. and once you are into linux you changed from a cub tiger/lion to bloody man eater blood thirsty tiger and then no one than you can help yourself. if you want to build custom cd sets? you need to RTFM
    google RTFM

    sorry for being rude, but linux/bsd/unices? you gotta eat the burn baby, yeah baby yeah! ;-)
     
  3. Myrrh

    Myrrh MDL Expert

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    wow, I nominate that for the 'best post ever' award.

    at least learn how to spell ubuntu before asking such a technical question
     
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  4. HMonk

    HMonk MDL Addicted

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    Duh . . . huh?

    What he say? :confused: :rolleyes: :cool:

    Monk
     
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  5. antonibede

    antonibede MDL Novice

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    Hello Everyone,

    I have installed the Ubuntu and working on it. I have installed as a software on Windows Xp. So partitions have been created themselves.

    I want to know If I am able to run Ubuntu virtually using VMWare. I have already install VMWare and want to run Ubuntu virtually.

    Does anyone know about this?
     
  6. petejk

    petejk MDL Novice

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    i do......
     
  7. thebulletfromhell

    thebulletfromhell MDL Novice

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    Yes, you would be able to. I'm not sure about vmware but virtualbox, if you select ubuntu as the distro in the new virtual machine page, it will do most of the setup of ram amount and stuff for you.
     
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  8. vrchards

    vrchards MDL Novice

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    You can Install VMplayer to run Ubuntu as Vertually.
    Installing VMware Player on Ubuntu 8.04 LTS and Ubuntu 8.10

    1. Install required packages build-essential, linux-kernel-headers and linux-kernel-devel

    sudo aptitude install build-essential linux-kernel-headers linux-kernel-devel

    2.Download the latest VMware player e.g. VMware-Player-2.5.1-126130.i386.bundle (download the bundle version, not the rpm one) and run it as root using gksudo. You'll get a graphical installer that installs VMware player for you.

    gksudo bash ./VMware-Player-2.5.1-126130.i386.bundle

    If nothing appears, you may need to make the file executable. You can do so with this command: chmod +x ./VMware-Player-2.5.1-126130.i386.bundle

    After completion, VMware player is installed and should show up in the menu under Applications β†’ System Tools β†’ VMware Player.