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Figure 4-15. While the Ubuntu files are copied, you can read about its nifty features and applications.
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When installation has finished, a dialog box will appear telling you to restart the computer (see Figure 4-16). After you click the Restart Now button, the DVD will be ejected automatically. It s important that you remove it so that you don t accidentally boot Ubuntu s installer again when the machine restarts. In fact, Ubuntu will prompt you to remove the disk and press Enter to confirm the removal. Following this, the system will restart. If you ve installed Ubuntu on a computer that contains Windows, you ll first see the Grub boot menu. This offers a number of choices, including the chance to boot Ubuntu into recovery mode, which can help fix your computer (discussed in 5). You can also choose to boot into Windows. You can switch between the menu choices by using the arrow keys; press Enter to make your selection.
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Figure 4-16. You re almost ready to get started with Ubuntu.
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You can also run Memtest86 to test your system s memory. However, most users can simply press Enter when the menu appears, which will select the topmost entry, thereby booting Ubuntu in normal mode. Alternatively, after 10 seconds, the default choice will be automatically selected. If you installed Ubuntu onto a computer or hard disk without any other OS, the system will start up directly, without displaying a boot menu (although this can be accessed if desired by holding down Shift during startup). After a few seconds have passed while Ubuntu loads, you ll see the Ubuntu login screen, as shown in Figure 4-17 (unless you set up Ubuntu to log you in automatically). From here, you can progress to 6 to learn how to get started. Alternatively, if you ve run into any problems, see 5.
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Figure 4-17. When the computer has rebooted after installation, the standard Ubuntu login screen will appear.
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Ubuntu can also run on Apple Macintosh computers, as well as PCs. However, the instructions vary depending on the processor installed in your Macintosh. To find out which type of processor your Mac uses, click the Apple menu and select About This Mac. In the summary dialog box, look for the Processor heading. If your computer is more than four years old, the line will probably read PowerPC, and you should refer to the instructions under that heading. If yours is a more recent Mac, and the line contains Intel in combination with any other words, such as Intel Core i5, continue with the following instructions.
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If your Mac contains an Intel processor, you might be able to boot from the DVD-ROM supplied with this book and use it to install Ubuntu. However, some extra steps are necessary. If you re using Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or 10.6 Snow Leopard, you can use Apple s Boot Camp utility (located in Applications Utilities) to resize the existing Mac OS X partition. Boot Camp is also used to provide a boot menu to let you switch between Mac OS X and Ubuntu. However, Boot Camp is designed to allow Windows to be installed alongside Mac OS X, so some additional steps are necessary to make it work with Ubuntu. A full guide is provided at the official Ubuntu wiki: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBook. If you re running Mac OS X Tiger (10.4), you may want to look into using third-party boot menu software called rEFlt (http://refit.sourceforge.net). This utility can also be used in Leopard and Snow Leopard in place of Boot Camp. After the computer has been correctly configured by following the guide, you can boot from the DVD-ROM and follow the instructions in the rest of this chapter. Hold down the C key (or Cmd+Shift+Option+Delete on older systems) when the Apple symbol appears during booting to boot from the DVD-ROM disc.
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