The best free software distribution on the planet, Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS, has been in development for years and has received multiple patches and improvements since its first release in 2014.
But the biggest issue with this version is that you can’t use the media server for the installation of new software.
The server has only one hard disk, which means it won’t be able to create a bootable ISO.
That means you need to install an external media drive.
So if you’re going to install Ubuntu, make sure you have the right drive.
The best way to find out which drive is the right one is to try it out.
To start, open the Settings app and click on System.
Select Network and then choose Media Server.
This should give you a list of all the devices that are currently connected to the Internet.
If you’re on a network that supports media server connections, the drive you want should show up here.
Select the drive.
In the next screen, you can choose to install a custom installation.
If this is your first time installing a new version of Ubuntu, you might want to read our article on how to make your first install of Ubuntu work well.
But we also recommend that you read our previous article on installing Ubuntu from scratch.