A few weeks ago, we released a new version of the Ubuntu installer for the Canonical Linux distribution, Ubuntu 15 and later.
The installer for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS was not included with the update, so the first version of this guide assumes you have already installed the Ubuntu 15 version.
In this guide, we will go through the steps to install Ubuntu 15 using a Debian based distribution.
We will be using Debian 9.3 LTS as our distro for the tutorial.
The steps below will take you through the installation of Ubuntu 15 on a Debian 10.0 server.
For the first step, you will need to download the Ubuntu installation media from our download page, which can be downloaded from the following link: Ubuntu 15 LTS ISO.
The first step is to select the appropriate version of Ubuntu.
For example, if you want to install 15.04, select 15.4.1.
This will download the latest Ubuntu version available at the time of writing.
After selecting the Ubuntu version you wish to install, we are going to configure the system.
For simplicity’s sake, we’ll assume that you are using the default Ubuntu 14, and have configured the Ubuntu desktop to use the default login and password for your users.
To do so, we can start the Ubuntu system configuration wizard by typing the following commands in the terminal: sudo apt-get update sudo apt – get install linux-image-generic-linux-x86_64 sudo apt update sudo reboot sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-repo-archive-team sudo apt install linux Now we are ready to start installing Ubuntu.
After the installation completes, we need to update the system by typing: sudo dpkg -i ubuntu-15.04.iso sudo dmesg -l ubuntu Ubuntu is now installed.
Once it is installed, we have to add a user to the Ubuntu group by typing sudo adduser ubuntu You can now reboot the system to start the installation.
Once the system is up and running, we should see the following message on the screen: ubuntu ubuntu is now up and working.
To install Ubuntu on your server, you can follow the steps on the following page to create a new Ubuntu installation.