Ubuntu 13.04 “Raring Ringtail” Server Installation Guide

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5 Responses

  1. MintEme says:

    Ok so the server install is terminal based. and the link you out up is for a desktop install, not a true server. I don’t see any of the options for different server types for the desktop install. i.e. ssh server, samba server, and the like. Debian give you all those options and a gui desktop. or the option of a terminal install for basic server. If you feel more comfortable with gui for a server install I would try debian.

    Just saying.

  2. M.A. says:


    A Server OS Is For Networking Several Computers, And Can Be Accessed From Any By Remote-Desktop, Please Refer To “Controlling” On This Page..


  3. vivek says:

    After completion the Installation ,i doesn’t get the any GUI like login window .so how i can get that .. plz help mi ..

  4. Stu says:

    From the screenshots, I don’t see anything different about the installer from 12.04 LTS. This is probably a good thing.

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