Other: [ ] VMware Server
[ ] TrueType fonts
[ ] Java
[x] Read/Write support for NTFS partitions
So some applications are already on the system. NTFS read-/write support is enabled by default on Kubuntu 8.04 LTS.
5 Configure Additional Repositories
Some packages like the Adobe Reader or Opera are not available in the standard Ubuntu repositories. The easiest way to make such packages available to your system is to add the Medibuntu repository and enable the hardy partner repository.
Open the Adept package manager again:
Click on the Adept menu and select Manage Repositories:
In the Software Sources window, go to the Third-Party Software tab and mark the hardy partner repositories:
To enable the Medibuntu repository, click on the Add button:
In the Add APT repository window, fill in the following line and click on OK:
deb http://packages.medibuntu.org/ hardy free non-free
Then click on Close:
The package database is now being updated:
Click on Fetch Updates afterwards to check for new updates:
If new updates are available, click on the Full Upgrade button...
... and then on Apply Changes to install them:
The updates are then being downloaded and installed: