Ubuntu Server 17.04 Releases (32bit) [BETTER]
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Ubuntu Server 17.04 Releases (32bit)
This means building applications for 32-bit chips, not the Linux distribution itself. That's long gone. Various distros started to discuss dropping 32-bit support in 2016. Ubuntu stopped offering an i386 desktop installation image after version 17.04 and a server image after 17.10. (For the especially pedantic: there was a netboot image for 18.04 if you wanted to roll your own, and Lubuntu offered a 32-bit desktop of 18.10.)
Hola estimados, temgp ubuntu 17.04 ya no puedo realizar actualizaciones, de ninguna forma, ni con el asistente ni con la linea de comando, queria pasar mi version a la 18.4 LTS, para evitarme futuros problemas. he prodado editando mil veces el sources usando la del 18, pero no funciona igual. respecto a este tuto
Saludos estimados, espero me puedan ilustrar un poco, un día de tantos al inicar mi ubuntu 17.04 ya no me levanto el escritorio completo, no me mostraba la barra lateral de aplicaciones (el lanzador) al lado izquierdo, y el escritorio vacío, por un tiempo pues tuve que usar todo desde consola, pero ya es tiempo de darle solución, luego de invertir muchas horas buscando diferentes soluciones, ninguna me ha funcionado. además de ya no poder realizar actualizaciones fiables porque ya no hay soporte, deseo migrar a la 18.4 LTS, espero pueda ser posible.
I am intending on migrating a server edition of ubuntu that is running currently 17.10. My goal is to get 18.04. Then once, 20.04 has had some time to receive updates we will migrate this server to 20.04
Xubuntu 17.04 is a regular release and will be supported for 9 months, until January 2018. If you need a stable environment with longer support time, we recommend that you use Xubuntu 16.04 LTS instead.
Does not work :(isorespin.sh: '/home/brian/ubuntu-16.04.1-server-amd64.iso' must be an Ubuntu (or Ubuntu flavour), Linux Mint, elementary, or neon desktop ISO.Really wish that ISO was still available!!
/usr/local/bin/isorespin.sh: ISO '/home/chris/Documents/ubuntu-17.04-desktop-amd64.iso' is not a 64-bit (amd64 or x86_64) ISO.Both GUI and CLI have the same output(of course).Running on a fresh and updated install of Ubuntu 64bit (on VM).On the CLI it also outputs "grep mnt/.disk./iso input/output error"It has been run with sudo, in case it cannot mount.What gives? :/
thanx grabbing now :)update this error :[code]Script './isorespin.sh' called with '-i /home/hp/Downloads/ubuntu-budgie-17.04-desktop-amd64.iso -k 4.12.0-041200rc6 -p "/home/hp/isos/respin/rtl8723bs_4.12.0_amd64.deb" -p "/home/hp/isos/respin/linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh" -p "/home/hp/isos/respin/linuxium-install-broadcom-drivers.sh" -p "/home/hp/isos/respin/wrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh" -p "/home/hp/isos/respin/wrapper-linuxium-install-broadcom-drivers.sh" -l "/home/hp/isos/respin/rtl8723bs_4.12.0_amd64.deb" -b rEFInd' ...Work directory 'isorespin' used ...Kernel '4.12.0-041200rc6' not found in ' kernel-ppa/mainline'.[/code]am i better just choosing latest for a win10tab
If you look at ' kernel-ppa/mainline/?C=M;O=A' (see the documentation on '-k or --kernel' above) you will see that the kernel '4.12.0-041200rc6' you specified doesn't exist and you probably meant 'v4.12-rc6'. Also you have repeatedly used the '-p' option when you should have used '-l' or -f' depending on the file and you are also missing the '-c' options. So the command should be:./isorespin.sh' -i /home/hp/Downloads/ubuntu-budgie-17.04-desktop-amd64.iso -k v4.12-rc6 -l /home/hp/isos/respin/rtl8723bs_4.12.0_amd64.deb -f /home/hp/isos/respin/linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh -f /home/hp/isos/respin/linuxium-install-broadcom-drivers.sh -f /home/hp/isos/respin/wrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh -f /home/hp/isos/respin/wrapper-linuxium-install-broadcom-drivers.sh -c wrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh -c wrapper-linuxium-install-broadcom-drivers.sh -b rEFInd
Yes just open up a terminal like before and instead of entering './isorespin.sh' enter the full command './isorespin.sh -i /home/hp/Downloads/ubuntu-budgie-17.04-desktop-amd64.iso -k v4.12-rc6 -l /home/hp/isos/respin/rtl8723bs_4.12.0_amd64.deb -f /home/hp/isos/respin/linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh -f /home/hp/isos/respin/linuxium-install-broadcom-drivers.sh -f /home/hp/isos/respin/wrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh -f /home/hp/isos/respin/wrapper-linuxium-install-broadcom-drivers.sh -c wrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh -c wrapper-linuxium-install-broadcom-drivers.sh -b rEFInd' obviously without the "'" quotes and you can use copy and paste to do this.
Hello there!I am trying to set up a Beelink Z83 with a Cherry Tail Atom X8350 processor. WiFi and Sound via HDMI is cruicial for my application, sound via analogue jack would be a lovely addon.I have downloaded from one of your recent blog posts this file: linuxium-v4.12-rc7-ubuntu-17.04-desktop-amd64.isomd5: f1c5d906d6a335f2c51455d713048ad8Ths 17.04 works like a charm. However, for my business case, i would like to use an ubuntu LTS version. So i downloaded 16.04 desktop, downloaded the 4 additional files and 2 wrapper scripts to the same folder with your iso tool, and ran the following command: bash isorespin.sh -i ubuntu-16.04.1-desktop-amd64.iso -u -l rtl8723bs_4.12.0_amd64.deb -f linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh -f wrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh -c wrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.shThis ran through fine and i copied the resulting linuxium-v4.12-ubuntu-16.04.1-desktop-amd64.iso to my usb stick and booted from it.However, the onboard wifi is not found now. I hoped I would receive a ubuntu 16.04 with same kernel and patches that you already put into your 17.04 image - but i failed.Am i doing something wrong, or is it not possible to make a 16.04 work with a 4.12 kernel and wifi working?Thanks for your time and efforts - highly appreciated.Regards,Lucas
No. But as a workaround you can first respin and install the desktop ISO and then purge the desktop packages and install the required server packages (see -tos/creatinganubuntuserveronaz3735fdevice for an example). You might even be able to do this through respinning!
Hello! Thank you for your work! I feel like i'm very close to getting this to work. Any help would be appreciated!I'm trying to get this going on a first generation Intel Compute Stick (Bay Trail). The things i've done:1. Selected Ubuntu in the BIOS of the Compute Stick2. Booted into my other ubuntu machine to run your script and make the bootable flash drive. a) I downloaded the latest 17.04 from Ubuntu's website b) I downloaded all the scripts from this page c) Here is the script of yours i ran (got it from one of your examples)./isorespin.sh -i ubuntu-17.04-desktop-amd64.iso -u -l rtl8723bs_4.12.0_amd64.deb-f linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh -f wrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh-c wrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.shAnd Everything worked great! no errors.3. I then used Rufus to create the bootable USB - no issues with this4. Plugged this into the compute Stick and booted to the USB without issues5. First did the "Try" option - all looked goo6. Next booted up again to the install Ubuntu option. - The install worked perfectly and prompted me to restart.-- Here's where my problem comes in After the install It won't boot into ubuntu. It just goes to a black screen that says "A bootable device has not been detected" Do i need to run the script with any additional option/parameter? Or do you have any other idea how to Get past this?Thanks in advance!
Hi, I tried running the isorespin.sh on ubuntu-16.04.3-desktop-amd64.iso and ubuntu-17.04-desktop-amd64.iso.16.04 got stuck on 21%, twice, with installation wheel turning but no progress. Same thing happened for 17.04 just at 24%.I also tried on lubuntu-17.04-desktop-i386.iso but it said it was not supported.
Wow read though this to make a new install.Made a new folder to put it all in put theses files.isorespin.shlinuxium-intall-UCM-files.shrtl8723bs_4.12.0_amd64.debubuntu-17.04-desktop-amd64.isowrapper-linuxium-install-broadcom-drivers.shwrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.shDid chmod 755 on the .sh files.Then in that folder did this long command:./isorespin.sh -i ubuntu-17.04-desktop-amd64.iso -u -l rtl8723bs_4.12.0_amd64.deb -f linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh -f wrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.sh -c wrapper-linuxium-install-UCM-files.shcd make-new-iso/It took a wile but made a new ISO named:linuxium-v4.13-rc7-ubuntu-17.04-desktop-amd64.isoCopied it to a USB stick with this command:dd if=linuxium-v4.13-rc7-ubuntu-17.04-desktop-amd64.iso of=/dev/sde bs=4MRemember your of-/dev/sd my not be the same!It did not take long and then I rebooted press F5 to boot from that USB drive and it installed it.When it 1st came up can hear the sound thought the HDMI monitor. I never got that to work before.It had:223 packages can be updated.137 updates are security updates.So I did a apt update and apt upgrade.Did a "nmtui" and wow it sees WiFi now! I never got it to to that. This is on a WinBook-TW801. It has a USB 3.0 port on it too.Thank you Linuxium! Grate job to get this to work on things like this. I was ate it for days trying to get WiFi and sound out the HDMI and just could not get it working.