[SATLUG] Wubi Setup
toddwbucy at grandecom.net
Fri Mar 28 13:14:17 CDT 2008
Its my understanding that wubi is supposed to run inside of windows, and
shoudn't affect your boot partition in the least.
following quote is from http://www.ubuntu.com/testing/hardy/beta
There is a new installation option for Windows users. Wubi allows users
to install and uninstall Ubuntu like any other Windows application. It
does not require a dedicated partition, nor does it affect the existing
bootloader, yet users can experience a dual-boot setup almost identical
to a full installation. Wubi works with a physical CD or in stand-alone
mode, by downloading an appropriate ISO to install from. It can be found
on the root of the CD as Wubi.exe. A full installation within a
dedicated partition is still recommended, but Wubi is a great way to try
Ubuntu for a few days and weeks before committing dedicated disk
On Fri, 2008-03-28 at 12:59 -0500, Robert Marker wrote:
> After a year of lurking and an occasional post, decided to start the
> "LEAP" process to get a "BG" divorce. Can't do anything about work but
> to get the wife moving that way did a Wubi install in Windoz 2K. First
> boot give me a error 15 can find c:\ubuntu\disks\boot\grub\menu.lst. The
> file does exist in c:\ubuntu\install \boot\grub but appears to be
> scripted for the first bootup.
> SyS: W2k, c: NTFS with plenty of room in the single partition, d: fat32,
> 1 gig, 2.0MHz Pen4.
> I originally had everything on the second disk and figured maybe grub
> was looking on the install partition. Moved a copy to c: and reinstalled
> with same results.
> Anyone else tried the same setup?
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