Wubi Installation Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS on Microsoft Windows

Ubuntu is a computer operating system based on the Debian Linux distribution and distributed as free and open source software, using its own desktop environment. It is named after the Southern African philosophy of ubuntu, which can be translated as "humanity towards others" or "the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity".
As of 2012, according to online surveys, Ubuntu is the most popular Linux-based operating system on desktop/laptop personal computers, and most Ubuntu coverage focuses on its use in that market. However, it is also popular on servers and for cloud computing.

Development of Ubuntu is led by Canonical Ltd., a UK-based company owned by South African entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth. Canonical generates revenue through the sale of technical support and services related to Ubuntu. According to Canonical, the Ubuntu project is committed to the principles of open source development; people are encouraged to use free software, improve it, and distribute it.
Recommended to install Ubuntu LTS version ( Long Time Support ), installation, select the partition size 30GB.

Before Install

Visit Ubuntu Official Website download wubi.exe and ubuntu-12.04.2-wubi-amd64.tar.xz file ( Caution should be downloaded versions are consistent )

Ubuntu Official Website www.ubuntu.com

Download the installation image releases.ubuntu.com/precise

Copy wubi.exe and ubuntu-12.04-wubi-amd64.tar.xz file to C root directory.

Run ( Press Windows + R ) → cmd, run the following command:

cd C:\
wubi.exe --dimagepath=c:\ubuntu-12.04.2-wubi-amd64.tar.xz

wubi Install Ubuntu Boot menu missing solution

After Ubuntu Installed, selected partition will generate a ubuntu folder , first, move this folder to another directory or modify the folder name;

Re-install Ubuntu using wubi,note: the installation should be selected when configuring the same configuration with first installed, when the end of the installation will be prompted to "Restart the computer". Then select "I plan to restart later.", then delete the selected partition to install newly created ubuntu folder, make the original ubuntu folder back to its original position. Restart the computer to solve the problem of missing Ubuntu boot menu.

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