It’s a familiar tale, but one that has recently been given new life thanks to the arrival of a brand new operating system called Ubuntu 10, which will officially hit the market in a few weeks.
The first thing you need to do is install Ubuntu 10 (or Ubuntu 13.04 if you’re on an older device) on your laptop or desktop PC.
The instructions are easy, but you may need to open up a terminal and type in sudo apt-get install ubuntu-10-desktop-amd64 .
It’ll take a few seconds to install, but after that, the system should boot into the Ubuntu desktop.
It’ll ask you to restart if it doesn’t boot automatically, and it’ll tell you whether the desktop is in a desktop mode or not.
If you want to get into the system, open up the terminal and run sudo update-alternatives -y .
This will update your system with the latest version of Ubuntu and make it work on your Chromebook.
Once that’s done, you can open up another terminal window and type sudo apt -y install -y linux-image-generic-generic2.16.0-8-amd65.deb .
The installation will take a little longer than it should, so be patient.
Once the update is finished, you should be greeted by a prompt asking if you want the Ubuntu installer to install to a USB stick or an SD card.
You can also choose to download the ISO image from the Ubuntu developer website, which should be just fine.
When it’s done downloading, reboot your computer and you’ll see the Ubuntu 10 desktop appear.
Select the Ubuntu 11.04 desktop to open it and then click the “Change Default Screen” button to set the screen size to 1366×768.
This will set the default desktop size to 1024×768 and will give you a new menu with a few options to adjust.
The Ubuntu 10 installation will ask you a number of questions and then you’ll be asked to install the Linux kernel.
Select the option to install Ubuntu 11, and Ubuntu 11 will install automatically.
You should now be able to use the system in any of the Chromebooks that Ubuntu 10 runs on.
You’ll see a number on the bottom right of your screen that indicates how many Chromebooks you have installed.
If Ubuntu 11 doesn’t work properly, you’ll need to reinstall it manually.
The easiest way to do this is to select the Ubuntu menu on your desktop and choose Settings from the list of menu options.
You’ll see that there’s a new option to reboot.
Select this option and then press the “Reboot now” button.
You should now see your Chromebook running Ubuntu 11 on your system.
If everything is working, Ubuntu 11 should reboot.
If it doesn, you need a new laptop, and you may want to check out the Ubuntu 15.10 desktop.
You don’t need to install any software at all, and all you need is a USB key to boot into Ubuntu 15, but if you don’t have a USB drive handy, you’re probably going to have to wait until next year to install Linux.