Ubuntu 9.04 is here Order free cd

If you don't Know know what it is then

Check out this blog http://yousafsaleem.blogspot.com/2009/03/ubuntu-screenshot.html and http://yousafsaleem.blogspot.com/2009/01/downloading-and-using-linux-ubuntu-810.html.

Just order the cd and get set going. No Installation needed.

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^ first off there is no such thing as ubuntu 8.20 there is however 8.10 but that is considered a bit outdated now since the current latest version is 9.04

I got the ad on my blog as such when it was being released . Anyway thanks for correcting me. Here si the complete list of releases http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Ubuntu_releases

Yaar

What is the size of Ubuntu 9.04?

Can I download it from anywhere?

Found out it's only 700mb will download it soon

I have already received 9.04 CD two weeks ago. and i m using 8.10 right now from a few months. and quiet satisfied with it. Now i am thinking to upgrade it.

is there any boot time difference ? just use it as Live cd. No need to download just order the cd for free.

^ the cd usually takes about a month to arrive if one has the connection then its just faster to download it

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If you don’t Know know what it is then

Check out this blog http://yousafsaleem.blogspot.com/2009/03/ubuntu-screenshot.html and http://yousafsaleem.blogspot.com/2009/01/downloading-and-using-linux-ubuntu-810.html.

Just order the cd and get set going. No Installation needed.

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You are NOT giving FREE CDs on your blog. All you are doing is giving links to Ubuntu website to either download or place order for free CD discs. Most of us, who are using or willing to use Ubuntu GNU/Linux already know those links and Ubuntu website. Did you even bother to check GNU/Linux thread on WiredPakistan.com Forums?

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I can’t continue. This is so lame! :expressionless:

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^ the cd usually takes about a month to arrive if one has the connection then its just faster to download it
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But ruhaan bhai I did download another flavour almost 6 months ago but still can’t find a blank cd to write it on. So why spend Rs. 20 on a cd when you can get it free. After all we are Pakistani

^ you dont really need a cd if your mobo supports booting off a usb you can install it that way

my new computer doesnt even have a cd cdrive coz i always use a usb to install the different distros and its way faster than using a cd like i can have a fresh install of ubuntu in like 7 mins from a usb

also is it worth waiting 4 weeks to get the cd delievered just over 20 rs? :P

it's so cheap yar. only 20 rs :o

no one is taking money with him, nor me, not any one.

:P

I just got remembered an sms. I am not supposed to write it here but that was really funny, and was about "what will be the end inflation" with 2 characters in it "A girl and A boy".

I am sorry guys just off the topic.

but I'd like to wait for a couple of weeks to get a cd package rather than having burnt CDR.

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^ you dont really need a cd if your mobo supports booting off a usb you can install it that way

my new computer doesnt even have a cd cdrive coz i always use a usb to install the different distros and its way faster than using a cd like i can have a fresh install of ubuntu in like 7 mins from a usb

also is it worth waiting 4 weeks to get the cd delievered just over 20 rs? :P

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I did had it on my blog but I myself just have a 2 Gb USb and even it has some other important docs on it so can’t use due to space shortage.

Also I already have the cd and it’s working fine of the cd.

Second flavour is opensuse any try on it how well does it works ?

20 rs are too much for a Operating system.

I can use those 20 Rs for Alkaline AA cell for my next project.

There are so many in line.

After all I read http://www.instructables.com/ regularly.

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^ you dont really need a cd if your mobo supports booting off a usb you can install it that way

my new computer doesnt even have a cd cdrive coz i always use a usb to install the different distros and its way faster than using a cd like i can have a fresh install of ubuntu in like 7 mins from a usb

also is it worth waiting 4 weeks to get the cd delievered just over 20 rs? :P

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I tried this http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/#install for opensuse on Usb but it gave an error saying " couldn’t find Live cd configuration file"

I have one question. If I upgrade to ubuntu 9.04, will all my data files will be lost ? means will the installer again partition my hard drive? or i can upgrade safely? Do i need to backup my data?

please guide me in this process.

Thanks

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I have one question. If I upgrade to ubuntu 9.04, will all my data files will be lost ? means will the installer again partition my hard drive? or i can upgrade safely? Do i need to backup my data?

please guide me in this process.

Thanks

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If u using windows then there is no need to Install Ubuntu just run it from the cd just as I do, although it’s speed will not be the same to the installed version.

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It gave an error saying “couldn’t find live cd configuration file” >:(

Just try to follow the advice provided by this thread (comment #6) and check

if that works:

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=969295

THT…

Greetings,

Problem and solution both

Ubuntu out of the box http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_OS