How to install Ubuntu Server 19.10

System Requirement

  • RAM: 1 GB RAM.
  • Hard Drive Space: 1.5 GB free hard disk space.
  • CPU : 1 gigahertz (amd64 only).

Install Ubuntu Server 19.10

Step 1 : Language selection at the beginning of the installation process, if your language is anything other than English, you’ll be able to select that here.

Step 2 : Press Enter to choose the second option (Continue without updating).

Step 3 : The next screen will allow you to choose your keyboard layout. If you use a keyboard other than an English (US) keyboard, you can select that here.

Step 4 : Next, the installer will automatically try to configure your network connection via DHCP. This is often correct, so you shouldn’t need to do anything here unless you have more than one network card and you’d like to use one other than the default, press Enter.

Step 5 : The next screen will prompt for your proxy server address. If none is available, press ENTER to move to the next step.

Step 6 : Next, Leave the default mirror selected, unless you want to change it to some other address you prefer.

Step 7 : At this screen, if you want to implement a custom partitioning scheme, you can do that here. This post, we’re just trying to get an installation off the ground, so choose Use An Entire Disk to continue.

Step 8 : After selecting Use An Entire Disk, the next screen will allow you to choose a disk on which to install Ubuntu Server.

Step 9 : Next, the Ubuntu installer will give you an overview of the partitioning it will perform. The defaults are fine, so simply press Enter.

Step 10 : You’ll be asked to confirm one last time; when you are, arrow down to continue and press Enter.

Step 11 : At the next screen, you’ll fill out information relative to the default user account. Fill out your information on this screen.

Step 12 : The next screen, Select your preferred option, or if you do not wish to have any of them, press ENTER.

Step 13 : The installation process will begin.

Step 14: Installation is now complete. Your server will reboot and then Ubuntu Server should start right up.

You now have your own Ubuntu Server installation!

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