View Full Version : [ubuntu] Hi, how i can install Ubuntu Via Network from an Notebook with windows xp?

November 17th, 2008, 03:19 AM
Hi friends, i just got that question, can i install Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, via network, from an notebook with windows XP to an Desktop pc? i have the .iso of the Ubuntu 8.04 in the notebook, if the answer if "yes" there is any guide for newbs like me? :popcorn:
i have an modem with two types of connection via usb and via ethernet. and the pc was running Windows xp service pack 3 without problems and fast, and have the option to boot via Network, hmm, i will give more info if requested, hehehe. Greetings :)

oh, and, sorry for my bad english -_-

Marcus Derekus
November 17th, 2008, 03:44 AM
Why must you install from network?

can't you just burn the iso to a cd and boot the pc off of cd and install ubuntu?

Or burn a cd boot into windows and use the cd to do wubi install.

Or if you for some reason cant burn a cd then download the iso onto the pc mount it and do a wubi install

Finally if you cant burn a cd or boot off of one but you dont want a wubi install

download unetbootin onto the pc as well as the ubuntu iso.
And use unetbootin to boot directly off of the iso