The Perfect Desktop - Ubuntu Studio 11.04 - Page 2

Now the base system is being installed:

Create a normal user account:

If you like, you can set up an encrypted private directory. The default is to not set this up:

Next the package manager apt gets configured. Leave the HTTP proxy line empty unless you're using a proxy server to connect to the Internet:

On the Software selection screen, I select all package groups and hit Continue:

The installation continues:

You might see the following message (Configuring jackd2). If you want to use jackd with realtime priorities, select Yes, otherwise No. I don't intend to use it, so I select No:

The GRUB boot loader gets installed. Select Yes when you are asked Install the GRUB boot loader to the master boot record?:

Select UTC unless this is a dual-boot system with other operating systems (such as Windows) that expect the system clock to use local time:

The base system installation is now finished. Remove the installation DVD from the DVD drive and hit Continue to reboot the system:

The new Ubuntu Studio system is booting. Log in to the desktop with the username and password you provided during the installation:

This is how your new desktop looks:

Now the base system is ready to be used.

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From: Rick

  on the Page 2 half-way down part:

"...The GRUB boot loader gets installed. Select Yes when you are asked Install the GRUB boot loader to the master boot record?: ..."

 If your UbuntuStudio11.04 Installation is on a separate disk(/dev/sdc), from let's say, your  Windows disk (/dev/sda), and you want to install the GRUB boot loader only on the  UbuntuStudio11.04 disk (instead of the default /dev/sda) ?

 -Then answer "No"  here instead, and the next screen will allow you to install the GRUB boot loader manually to another disk/partition/...  (ie: /dev/sdc)