Wubi – The Easiest Way to Install Linux!

wubi.gif Wubi is an unofficial Ubuntu installer for Windows users that will bring you into the Linux world with a few clicks. Wubi allows you to install and uninstall Ubuntu as any other application. If you heard about Linux and Ubuntu, if you wanted to try them but you were afraid, this is for you.

Wubi is Safe :- It does not require you to modify the partitions of your PC, or to use a different bootloader.

Wubi is Simple :- Just run the installer, no need to burn a CD.

Wubi is Discrete: – Wubi keeps most of the files in one folder, and If you do not like, you can simply uninstall it.

Wubi is Free : – Wubi (like Ubuntu) is free as in beer and as in freedom. You will get this part later on, the important thing now is that it cost absolutely nothing, it is our gift to you…

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5 Responses to “Wubi – The Easiest Way to Install Linux!”

  1. Top Posts « WordPress.com Says:

    [...] Wubi – The Easiest Way to Install Linux! [image] Wubi is an unofficial Ubuntu installer for Windows users that will bring you into the Linux world with a few […] [...]

  2. fred mcmurry Says:

    But for those of us who wanted to try Linux on an older machine (ie does NOT have XP or 2000) we’re still screwed. I don’t know who the developers are, and I am grateful that all of you are doing these great things — truly, OpenSource is just the best. But please remember that some of us still have older lappies and/or desktops that we’d love to keep using.

    I hope this finds you well.

    Peace.

  3. riv Says:

    maybe now i may finally go around to installing linux on my system :P

  4. Ted Trujillo Says:

    OK, I love Wubi, finally a way to show my wife a Linux install safely . Thank you, thank you. Gonna put it on for real today as she discovered she “can put up with” Linux. High praise from my wife lol. Thanks again and now off to see about my wifes ‘puter and go and make some sort of donation to you people at Wubi.

    Ted

  5. Robert Mitchell Says:

    I have downloaded and installed UBUNTU twice using the Wubi program. Each time everything went just fine until I got to the login screen. On both occasions UBUNTU failed to recognize my user name and/or password.

    Naturally, this was quite disappointing, however, I am still impressed with the Wubi program. This approach should go a ways towards helping people migrate to the Linux OS if too many do not experience the same problem I did.

    If you folks have any idea how I can resolve the above issue I would greatly appreciate hearing from you.

    Have a good day,
    RWM


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