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 Install Linux tutorialAre you ready to try out a Linux distribution for the first time? In this introductory Linux training video tutorial, Darren Siaw walks you through step by step in installing Ubuntu Linux in a virtual machine using VirtualBox.

Using virtual machines is a great way to try out new and different Linux distributions. This presentation will show you how to set up a new instance of a virtual machine, configure it and then install a Linux distribution. For a more detailed understanding of how Linux works, check out the 4-day Introduction to Linux (LF202) course.

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  • Faisal Aslam Said:

    I think installing Ubuntu is not a hard work. I created a very simple distribution from and when I tried to install it it was all command line. I need to learn that way of installing Linux on computer.

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