#1
I just downloaded it, and got the .iso file.
Now what do I do from here?

(xubuntu is a smaller version of linux ubuntu)
#3
Burn the image onto a cd. Make sure its bootable. Then boot into it (restarting computer with cd inside)
#4
don't yopu have to burn a mirror disk and copy that?
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#5
an iso file is an image file. you need need something like daemon
#6
Quote by Thornography
Burn the image onto a cd. Make sure its bootable. Then boot into it (restarting computer with cd inside)

How would I go about making it bootable?
#7
Quote by HarleyFoxx
i googled it and got this




yeah, ubuntu is some common idea in africa i think that says "we are one" or something. i dont really know, but its my show choir's motto
...Nothing you've ever...
...Planned on ever turned out...
...The way you planned...


...You're still disappointing them...
#10
You have to get a program capable of burning ISO images. Google! Then stick it in and go. For the record, Xubuntu isn't really a "smaller" version of Ubuntu. It used a different desktop environment, Xfce as opposed to the default Gnome. Xfce is more lightweight, meaning it doesn't eat up as much of your system's resources.
#11
when booting, press the key that comes up for the boot menu its like F11 or something like that... you should get a menu and booting from a cd should be an option... worked for me
#12
Quote by MustangMan311
You need to enter BIOS and make sure it's set to boot from the CD. You can't just put it in and boot it regularly.

thanks. I'll see if it works.