MistaT wrote:Okay finally everything is backed up. I have the Ubuntu disc in my hand. Should I wipe the drive first or no? I read in one of the guides that it was not necessary, but want to be sure.
The Ubiquity Installer will give you some options as you run through. If you've already backed up your shizz, just choose the 'Use Entire Disk' option... It will wipe all shizz, reformat, install, download updates, codecs, and prompt you to restart.
Dependin on your haddweah, this will take anywhere from 15 minutes to about 40 total.
Pro Tipz -
Check the boxes which allow the installation of the Fluendo Codecs, and update downloading. This will help when you want to play your tunes.
Don't fekk with the system or really do anything until you've installed the downloaded updates & restarted. The system will be noticably faster when you use it if you do this. First impressions be impotent.
If the system prompts you to use an 'Additional Driver' ALWAYS try the recommended one FIRST.
If, for some reason, your install fails (this is RARE), re-burn the disc at the LOWEST possible burn rate AND validate your MD5, son.
This should ensure a smooth install experience.
Post - install, pop a terminal open and enter 'sudo apt-get autoremove && sudo apt-get autoclean' the systyem will ask for PW, and then CLEAN ITSELF!!!!
Oh, then input 'sudo apt-get clean'. This will finish it.
Linux is beautiful. I have an erection.
...They Don't think it be like it is, but it do.