Ubuntu 18.04
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Ubuntu 18.04 LTS : Install
2018/04/27
 
On this example, Download and Use [Alternative Ubuntu Server installer] for Ubuntu Server Installation.
[1] Insert a disk for installation of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and reboot your computer. Next, Choose your language and go next.
[2] Select [Install Ubuntu Server] for general Ubuntu Server Installation to proceed.
[3] Select the language which is used during the Installation.
[4] Select your country for System TimeZone setting.
[5] Select your locale. The selected locale will be the default locale of the Ubuntu System.
[6] Configure keyboard layout. Select Yes or No to detect your keyboard automatically.
[7] If you selected [No] on previous section, Select the keyboard type manually on this section.
[8] If you selected [No] on previous section, Select the keyboard layout manually on this section.
[9] Set your server's hostname you'd like to set.
[10] Set a user account. The user set on here will be administrative user by default.
[11] Input a username used on the Ubuntu System.
[12] Set the user's password.
[13] Make sure the TimeZone is correct.
[14] This is the section for configuring partitions. This example shows to select [Guided (LVM)] like follows.
[15] Select a disk to create partitions.
[16] If it's OK all, answer [Yes].
[17] Enter the size of disk that you'd like to set for LVM volume group.
[18] It's completed to configure partitions. If it's OK, answer [Yes].
[19] If your local network needs Proxy for internet access, Configure it, if not, Continue without config.
[20] Select if you set automatical update. automatical update is convenience but sometimes it causes troubles, so if you use Ubuntu Server as a Mission Critical Server, Don't use automatical update, it's better to update by manually after verification.
[21] Select softwares if you'd like to install additional software, select it. On this example, proceed without selection.
[22] GRUB Boot Loader is installed on MBR (Master Boot Record), if it's OK, select [Yes]. Generally it's OK with [Yes] on here.
[23] Installation finished. Remove the disk and [Continue]. Then system will reboot.
[24] After Ubuntu Server has beed restarted, login prompt is shown, Login with a user you set during the Installation. If logined normally, Your Ubuntu Server Installation has completed.
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