Class01 Lab Answer:

Install ub14jan.ova inside VirtualBox on your laptop.

If you really want to use Ubunutu 14, this is easy.

I prefer Ubuntu 16 over Ubuntu 14, but if you want to use Ubuntu 14 then follow the instructions below.

Download this file and then click on it:


Be patient, maybe do this at home before class; this is a large file: 4.1GB

I downloaded the above file to my laptop.

I clicked on the file and optimally answered the wizard questions.

I saw something like this:

I clicked the green-start button.

I saw something like this:

I clicked the button and optimally answered the wizard questions.

Ubuntu started:

The password for the ann account is 'a':

I clicked on the terminal icon and entered shell commands:

sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade

Eventually the last command finished and then I rebooted the instance.

After bootup and login, the machine asked me:

A new version of Ubuntu is available. Would you like to upgrade?

I answered: Ask Me Later

I issued more shell commands:

sudo apt-get install autoconf bison build-essential libssl-dev libyaml-dev \
libreadline6-dev zlib1g-dev libncurses5-dev libffi-dev libgdbm3       \
libgdbm-dev libsqlite3-dev gitk postgresql postgresql-server-dev-all  \
libpq-dev emacs wget curl chromium-browser openssh-server aptitude    \
ruby ruby-dev sqlite3 r-base r-base-dev

Then I rebooted again.

After bootup, I verified that Ruby 2.3.1 was installed with a simple shell command:

ruby -v

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