Fedora Installation :: Find A Download For The Desktop Version - SERVER X64 Download
Jun 5, 2010
This is our first time choosing and installing linux. Our other servers are all windows 2008 x64. We were told to install fedora 13. I can only find a download for the desktop version and we're looking for the SERVER x64 download. Could I please get a link?
I am new in Linux and don't know much thing about it. Because of this fact, I cannot install a CVS Server in my SuSE. Where I can find a CVS Server download file and explain how am i going to install this on my Linux? Actually I searched on Internet but I couldn't find any packages or files to download?
I would like to download a complete Ubuntu Server on a CD/DVD to be installed on a server where there is no Internet connection in a developing country (Africa). Please let me know how I can download a full version of ubuntu Server on a CD/DVD.
After playing with various Linux distributions over the past 3 weeks (mostly Ubuntu) I decided on Fedora as the keeper. However, when it comes to linux I'm about as green as they come. I installed KDE Fedora today and managed to get Firefox and Flash installed without much trouble. However, I'm trying to download the newest version of Thunderbird but after a lot of looking, how to do it.
Here at home I have several Ubuntu installations, mine, the kids computers and a couple of laptops. What I'm looking for is a solution or a pointer in the right direction to setup on our local Ubuntu server a sort of cache. Each day each Ubuntu on the network, checks for updates and downloads, and installs. What I'm looking for is a way for one machine to download the update and then the others to download from the local resource.
A sort of local cache to try and minimise everyone downloading straight from the net for pretty much the same updates. I did a emerge cache many years ago when I was using Gentoo, so I'm wondering what I can use/do here with Ubuntu as we are all loving this distro now.
I just got SSH access to my shared hosting server (unix). I am current in a directory on the server where there is a file called images.zip. I want to download this to my desktop (I am running windows locally if that matters). Which command do I need and what is the syntax?
I'm trying to do a net install with the latest release of debian - but my ethernet card is not recognized/the drivers are not available because I have a card that requires a linux kernel version of 2.6.35. This is obviously a problem because I can't download any additional packages, and I can't update the version because I'm not able to connect to the internet. I have installed it, but it's only text (which I assume is because I could not install the graphical interface, correct me if I'm blaringly wrong here). So what can I do to install debian on my laptop and be able to use my Intel Centrino Advanced-N 620 network card?
I need to download the following library: rpmlib(PayloadIsLzma) <= 4.4.2-1It seems it's on this site, but the site is having issues or something: [URL]This machine is not connected to the internet nor can it be.I installed the libg2c.so.0 library [URL]and now am having to insatll its dependencies
I tried searching for the MD5 checksum page for 11.04 64bit, both the alternate download version and the desktop download version and found it, but that site seems to be down right now. I also got the feeling that that website was for the daily build and may not have the MD5 checksum for the release version. What the MD5 checksum is for Ubuntu 11.04 64bit: alternate download and desktop versions.
I am looking for a copy of 11.04 desktop beta1 amd64 to download. This is running on an x120e. Beta1 installs and works but freezes every few hours. Beta2 almost fully installs but pops up with a friendly error that says "installation has failed" with not much helpful in the syslogs. 11.04 Final kernel panics half way through installation.
At this point, I've tried almost everything, so I'm just trying to get back on Beta1 to get stable because this is my work computer. There are a lot of links on google, but every single one went dead as soon as final was released. After that, I will work on trying to get 11.04 final installed properly.
I downloaded ubuntu from here: http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/download.I open the ISO file with Daemon tools and the installation menu comes up, but it is in French. I want to install it in English.I live in a French province of Canada was I automatically directed to download a French version of Ubuntu based on my geography? Or, did Ubuntu detect that the version of windows I am running is French?The date and time are French, but nothing else.I just found this laptop in a garbage pile recently... so I'm not sure what's going on with the language in windows.
I have an old laptop and want to install linux on it. It's a Toshiba Satellite A-15 S1292. I upgraded it several times. Currently, it has a Intel Celeron 2.4 GHz single-core, 1 GB RAM, 110 GB hard drive, Intel (GMA) 852GM 32 MB shared video. I was planning to install red hat on it but don't seem to have any easy way of download the iso so I going with fedora 14 URL...Can some one please tell my if I'm heading in the right direction. If someone installed linux of this laptop and had any problems, please tell me about them.