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  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 9.04 Factory Reinstallation

    On factory-installed systems, Ubuntu 9.04 can be re-installed via 3 different methods: From hard drive (recommended): By using the GRUB menu at boot time. By using the DVD ISO created after the system is received. By using a USB key created after the system is received CAUTION...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 9.04 Dell Factory Recovery ISO

    The Dell Linux Engineering team has a customized copy ISO of the Ubuntu 9.04 Live DVD available for download. It is important to note that this actually contains the identical live filesystem as the 9.04 DVD. A majority of the work for enabling Ubuntu is included within Ubuntu 9.04. If you already...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 9.04 Recovery Media Creation

    A custom Ubuntu 9.04 re-install DVD or USB key can be created using the utility pre-installed on your system. It is recommended that you create this media when you first receive your computer. In the event that something goes wrong, you will be able to recover using it. All value add-on's such...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 9.04 Known Issues

    This page is for tracking issues related to Ubuntu 9.04 on Dell platforms. If you don't see your issue here, you've got many options: Send an email to the Dell linux-desktops mailing list Check out the Ubuntu forums , there's a lot of useful information provided by the Ubuntu community...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 9.04

    Dell is currently shipping Ubuntu 9.04 on a variety of machines worldwide. This wiki serves as a launchpoint to provide information about the Ubuntu image being shipped as well as known issues for systems that are shipped with Ubuntu. If you are currently using Ubuntu (either on a supported system...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 8.10

    Dell previously shipped Ubuntu 8.10 on a variety of machines worldwide. This wiki serves as a launchpoint to provide information about the Ubuntu image that was being shipped as well as known issues for systems that are shipped with this release of Ubuntu. If you are currently using Ubuntu (either...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 8.10 Dell Factory Recovery ISO

    The Dell Linux Engineering team has a customized copy ISO of the Ubuntu 8.10 Live DVD available for download. It is important to note that this actually contains the identical live filesystem as the 8.10 DVD. A majority of the work for enabling Ubuntu is included in the 8.10 stable release updates...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 8.10 Factory Reinstallation

    On factory-installed systems, Ubuntu 8.10 can be re-installed via 3 different methods: From hard drive (recommended): By using the GRUB menu at boot time. By using the DVD ISO created after the system is received. By using a USB key created after the system is received CAUTION...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 8.10 Recovery Media Creation

    A custom Ubuntu 8.10 re-install DVD or USB key can be created using the utility pre-installed on your system. It is recommended that you create this media when you first receive your computer. In the event that something goes wrong, you will be able to recover using it. All value add-on's such...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 9.10

    Dell is NOT currently shipping Ubuntu 9.10. This wiki serves as a launchpoint to provide information about the Ubuntu image that will be shipped as well as known issues for systems that are shipped with Ubuntu. If you are currently using Ubuntu (either on a supported system or loaded it yourself...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 9.10 Known Issues

    This page is for tracking issues related to Ubuntu 9.10 on Dell platforms. If you don't see your issue here, you've got many options: Send an email to the Dell linux-desktops mailing list Check out the Ubuntu forums , there's a lot of useful information provided by the Ubuntu community...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 8.04

    Dell previously shipped Ubuntu 8.04 on a variety of machines worldwide. This wiki serves as a launchpoint to provide information about the Ubuntu image that was being shipped as well as known issues for systems that are shipped with this release of Ubuntu. If you are currently using Ubuntu (either...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 8.04 Known Issues

    This page is for tracking issues related to Ubuntu 8.04 on Dell platforms. If you don't see your issue here, you've got many options: Send an email to the Dell linux-desktops mailing list Check out the Ubuntu forums , there's a lot of useful information provided by the Ubuntu community...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 8.04 Dell Factory Recovery ISO

    The Dell Linux Engineering team has a minimally customized copy ISO of the Ubuntu 8.04.1 Live DVD available for download. A majority of the work for enabling Ubuntu is included in 8.04.1. It is important to note that this actually contains the identical live filesystem as 8.04.1. If you already have...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 8.04 Factory Reinstallation

    On factory-installed systems, Ubuntu 8.04 can be re-installed via 2 different methods: From hard drive (recommended): By using the GRUB menu at boot time. By using the DVD ISO created after the system is received. CAUTION: BACKUP ALL PERSONAL DATA BEFORE YOU PERFORM THESE OPERATIONS...
  • Wiki Page: Inspiron 1545

    The Inspiron 15 shipped with Ubuntu 9.04 from http://dell.com/ubuntu . Known Issues (Ubuntu 9.04) There are no known issues with this HW / SW combination right now.
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 9.10 Recovery Media Creation

    A custom Ubuntu 9.10 re-install DVD or USB key can be created using the utility pre-installed on your system. It is recommended that you create this media when you first receive your computer. In the event that something goes wrong, you will be able to recover using it. All value add-on's such...
  • Wiki Page: Building Base Ubuntu Factory ISO

    The Dell Linux Engineering team publishes the open source content that is overlaid and used in the Dell factory for installation. Because the original live filesystem from the Ubuntu media is used, it's possible to generate an image that emulates the open source portions of the Dell factory process...
  • Wiki Page: Ubuntu 9.10 Factory Reinstallation

    On factory-installed systems, Ubuntu 9.10 can be re-installed via 3 different methods: From hard drive (recommended): By using the GRUB menu at boot time. By using the DVD ISO created after the system is received. By using a USB key created after the system is received CAUTION...
  • Wiki Page: Mini 9

    How do I reinstall my operating system?
  • Wiki Page: Mini 12

    I have a couple issues since I started trying 9.04 & 9.10, anytime I startup the live environment or installation environment Ubuntu complains about the HDD having many bad sectors the utility is called palimpsest disk utility the error is called current pending sector counts normailed...