How To: Install Ubuntu 9.04 in a Hyper-V VM


The webbernetz are abuzz with news that a new version of Ubuntu has been released today.  As such, I figured that I should post instructions on how to get it going under Hyper-V.


Now, I know that these steps are pretty complex, so I’ll try to use as much detail as I can when writing them out.


Step 1.  Download the ISO for Ubuntu.
Step 2.  Create a VM and attach the ISO to it.  Use a Legacy Network Adapter if you need network access.
Step 3.  Turn the VM on.
Step 4.  Follow the on-screen instructions.


That’s it.  It works right “out of the box”, so to speak. 


Enjoy!

Comments (2)

  1. Niclas says:

    Hi!

    The guide would be more helpful if it included the installation of integration components, to show how to get a more rich experience.

    I know this is possible for other Linux distributions, SUSE, CentOS.

    Thanks in advance

    Niclas

    [Hi Niclas – The Linux ICs do not function under Ubuntu. – mikekol]

  2. Anon says:

    Being so clever as you seem, I am sure you have rented a semi idiot monkey to write this blog.

    EVERYBODY in the Linux / Hyper -V world needs knowing how to install IC on Debian / Ubuntu, not this pieces of crap

    [I’m curious why you think that starting out by insulting me is going to make me want to help you.  Does that typically work for you? – mikekol]