Adv Reply April 11th, 2014 #8 Re: How do I install Ubuntu Server from a USB without the Internet?
Use the following commands in terminal: sudo apt-offline set /g, this will generate the g file in your home directory.
Once you have it downloaded it, copy the downloaded files in the USB key.The following information may help to resolve the situation: The following packages have unmet dependencies: php : Depends: php7.0 but it is not going to be installed.Somewhere playboy january 2010 pdf in the porcess you probably set it to install [email protected] apt-get install php, reading package lists.Attached Images Adv Reply April 9th, 2014 #6 Re: How do I install Ubuntu Server from a USB without the Internet?Seriously, what is the difference between burning the.iso to a disc and loading the.iso to a USB?I have two solutions to download packages: 1) apt-get -print-uris -yes install pkgspec grep ' cut -d' -f2.Updating or upgrading Ubuntu with internet connection is really very easy.You dont need to download any Office like stuffs as in windows there is a 1 GB's installation setup for Microsoft Office, because Ubuntu comes with Libre-Office that really works nicely.I am a professional software developer, and founder of It's foss.If you have problems also with this method and version, I suggest that you install a mini system (text only) with the experimental 9w installer, add what you want to install and tweak, and port the installed system (move the HDD) to the target computer.I don't want to use mkusb because it looks like a very long, tedious process and has to be done via a Linux OS which is really inconvenient compared to using the Windows process I mentioned above.So completing your requirement there is only one package that you need to install that is Ubuntu-restricted-extras, that actually adds support for MP3 playback and decoding, support for various other audio formats (GStreamer plugins Microsoft fonts, Java runtime environment, Flash plugin, lame (to create compressed.Download the required packages: Once you have the.sig file on a USB drive, connect it to an internet connected computer running on Ubuntu and use the following command in the terminal: apt-offline get -d /to_any_chosen_directroy /path_to/g.
See this link, posts #88 and #89 and the following posts Version.10 yields the same problem.
I think you might have problems installing Ubuntu Server.04 LTS from USB, while it works from CD/DVD.
Originally Posted by sudodus Then I would recommend t/projects/win32diskimager, that is available for Windows and does what you can do with mkusb (flash the iso file to a USB drive).Then I add a new source to /etc/apt/st.But the newest version,.10 can be installed from USB (and most likely also the next version,.04 LTS to be released very soon).I am an avid Linux lover and Open Source enthusiast.This works with all the major Ubuntu releases like Ubutnu.04,.10,.04 and.10 etc.Developer so in Ubuntu you don't need to install any C compiler, just use gcc, and gcc.User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike.0 International License.
You can unplug it from internet if you do not want it to connect to internet.
All I want to do, is use Universal USB Installer, or yumi or any other image-to-usb loading program to put a distro of Ubuntu Server (an.iso direct from m) on my USB, boot from it, and install the thing on another drive without using THE.