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 ===== Installing ===== ===== Installing =====
-===== Step 1: Get the Xubuntu development version up and running =====+====== Step 1: Get the Xubuntu development version up and running ======
  
 Whatever you do next, first of all you will need to get the Xubuntu development version. This is available as an ISO image file, and the latest ('daily') version can //always// be found [[http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/xubuntu/daily-live/current/ |here]]. Whatever you do next, first of all you will need to get the Xubuntu development version. This is available as an ISO image file, and the latest ('daily') version can //always// be found [[http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/xubuntu/daily-live/current/ |here]].
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 However, just by installing the OS you have actually already completed some very valuable testing - you have confirmed (or not) that the installation itself works. However, just by installing the OS you have actually already completed some very valuable testing - you have confirmed (or not) that the installation itself works.
  
-Now, the Dev Team really needs to know this extremely valuable information - there are more details on the [[https://wiki.xubuntu.org/qa/report|Reporting Back back]] page, but for now please be aware that the way to give them this info is by reporting your install on the [[http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/ |Iso Tracker]]+Now, the Dev Team really needs to know this extremely valuable information - there are more details on the [[https://wiki.xubuntu.org/qa/report|Reporting Back]] page, but for now please be aware that the way to give them this info is by reporting your install on the [[http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/ |Iso Tracker]]
  
 ==== 1 -  You have a computer that you don’t depend on - Install Xubuntu as the main Operating System ==== ==== 1 -  You have a computer that you don’t depend on - Install Xubuntu as the main Operating System ====
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 By simply being online, writing a letter, printing a document, sending an e-mail you discover the problems, that Xubuntu gets to solve. If this seems a fair deal to you, then please get testing. By simply being online, writing a letter, printing a document, sending an e-mail you discover the problems, that Xubuntu gets to solve. If this seems a fair deal to you, then please get testing.
  
-If you don't already know how to do install Xubuntu, then please read this [[https://tutorials.ubuntu.com/tutorial/tutorial-install-ubuntu-desktop | great tutorial]], which applies as much to Xubuntu as to Ubuntu.+If you don't already know how to install Xubuntu, then please read this [[https://tutorials.ubuntu.com/tutorial/tutorial-install-ubuntu-desktop | great tutorial]], which applies as much to Xubuntu as to Ubuntu.
  
 Once you've got Xubuntu running, you are ready to move on to Step 2 and start [[https://wiki.xubuntu.org/qa/testing|testing]].  Once you've got Xubuntu running, you are ready to move on to Step 2 and start [[https://wiki.xubuntu.org/qa/testing|testing]]. 
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   * Setting up dual boot can be as simple as choosing the 'Install Alongside'' option during the installation where that option exists on the installer.   * Setting up dual boot can be as simple as choosing the 'Install Alongside'' option during the installation where that option exists on the installer.
-  * If however, the Install Alongside isn't available you need to manually create a partition by resizing an existing one and then installing.  We have a section on the [yet to be named wiki page for sundries and notes|page] that works through this issue.+  * If however, the Install Alongside isn't available you need to manually create a partition by resizing an existing one and then installing. We have a section on the [yet to be named wiki page for sundries and notes|page] that works through this issue.
  
 It’s quite common nowadays for computers to have more than one operating system (Windows, Xubuntu, BSD to name a few) on its hard disk. In that case an extra menu (GRUB) will show up at each boot. Every time you start up your computer GRUB lets you choose which operating system you want to use for that session. It’s quite common nowadays for computers to have more than one operating system (Windows, Xubuntu, BSD to name a few) on its hard disk. In that case an extra menu (GRUB) will show up at each boot. Every time you start up your computer GRUB lets you choose which operating system you want to use for that session.