"When the Ubuntu installer launches, you will see a list of
supported languages, along with a set of hot-key advanced
installation options. The hot-key choices include accessibility and
manual video-display setup options, among others; as a rule, they
will not come into play during a typical Ubuntu installation.
"A second screen offers the option to run Ubuntu in Live CD mode
or as a standard disk-based installation. You also can check either
the installer CD itself or the target system's RAM for flaws at
this point, or you can simply bail out of the installer at this
point and start the system normally.
"After moving through screens that select your location/time
zone and keyboard layout, you'll get to the most important part of
the Ubuntu installation process: disk partitioning and
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