How to Install Ubuntu 18.04 Alongside With Windows

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9 Responses

  1. Pragya says:

    thank you…! Was such a relief to find out a page that had my query solved.

  2. tushar says:

    No partitions are showing up in “Other locations” in Ubuntu 18.04.

    Please Help, only Computer (Ubuntu files) are showing

  3. tushar says:

    no partitions are visible in “Other locations” of ubuntu…please help

  4. Barry Marsden says:

    I want to configure Ubuntu to have /home on a separate partition. What size do I need to make the partition that will contain the root stuff (i.e mount point /)? I will have a total of 500GiB available space.

  5. Carlos Esteban Lopez Jaramillo says:

    Hey can you extend this guide to installation with encrypted LVM & dualboot?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Carlos,

      During installation, just select Encrypted LVM and follow on-screen instructions to setup LVM.

  6. Sitansu Subudhi says:

    Very elaborate. Working perfectly!

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