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@hakuna-m hakuna-m released this Sep 15, 2020

md5sum: ab27664a83af73170d14f15b39f0ada4
sha256sum: c704d8db004cb554aa976b28e4ce4a13664f79dfe8135212f9cdf78ec462c088

Supported features:

  • Version 20.04.1 with automatic download, other 20.04(.x) with manual download
  • Ubuntu, Kubuntu (*), Ubuntu Studio, Ubuntu MATE, Xubuntu, Lubuntu (**), Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu Budgie, all versions 64 bit only
  • various distros/versions with manual download (desktop environments "Wubi", "Wubi lz", "Wubi EFI", "Wubi MD5", "Wubi gz", "Wubi SHA256")
  • UEFI (64 bit + 32 bit), legacy BIOS
  • Fast Startup and Hibernate
  • Secure Boot
  • Parted 3.2
  • MMC + NVMe devices
  • package lupin-support (for Lubuntu and Ubuntu Studio)
  • disk sizes > 30 GB

Release changes:

  • skip "no EFI partition" messages and errors (#163)(#209)

Branch changes:

  • merge from master

Known issues:

  • Manual reboot is necessary after second part of installation.
  • (*) Kubuntu has no progress bar during second part of installation.
  • (**) Lubuntu installer does not work. So only Lubuntu live environment is available.Lubuntu 19.04 ignores Wubiuefi configuration (#232 , #149, #121)
Assets 3
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@hakuna-m hakuna-m released this Oct 10, 2020

md5sum: 24eb880e0d6a8fe4d2267bbb6156360c
sha256sum: 0c73b4cd39703144e0ddfbbe604c56d0239f1f03b54112ed049c9840a7f36b2c

Supported features:

  • Version 18.04.5 with automatic download, other 18.04(.x) with manual download
  • Ubuntu (64 bit only), Kubuntu (*), Lubuntu, Ubuntu Studio, Ubuntu MATE, Xubuntu, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu Budgie
  • various distros/versions with manual download (desktop environments "Wubi", "Wubi lz", "Wubi EFI", "Wubi MD5", "Wubi gz", "Wubi SHA256")
  • UEFI (64 bit + 32 bit), legacy BIOS
  • Fast Startup and Hibernate
  • Secure Boot
  • Parted 3.2
  • MMC + NVMe devices
  • package lupin-support (for Lubuntu and Ubuntu Studio)
  • disk sizes > 30 GB

Release changes:

  • change initrd.lz to initrd (#112)

Branch changes:

  • backport for 18.04.5

(*) Note: Kubuntu has no progress bar during second part of installation.

Assets 3
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@hakuna-m hakuna-m released this Sep 6, 2020 · 2 commits to focal since this release

md5sum: e59558648231ee01f047541d0af91b78
sha256sum: 7b5323bff5091a367aa4b68103029074d7020192d52c5e9427a79b15c101ae6d

Supported features:

  • Version 20.04.1 with automatic download, other 20.04(.x) with manual download
  • Ubuntu, Kubuntu (*), Ubuntu Studio, Ubuntu MATE, Xubuntu, Lubuntu(**), Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu Budgie, all versions 64 bit only
  • various distros/versions with manual download (desktop environments "Wubi", "Wubi lz", "Wubi EFI", "Wubi MD5", "Wubi gz", "Wubi SHA256")
  • UEFI (64 bit + 32 bit), legacy BIOS
  • Fast Startup and Hibernate
  • Secure Boot
  • Parted 3.2
  • MMC + NVMe devices
  • package lupin-support (for Lubuntu and Ubuntu Studio)
  • disk sizes > 30 GB

Release changes:

  • metalink for .list instead of missing .metalink files (#226)

Branch changes:

  • update to 20.04.1 (#226)

Known issues:

  • #209
  • user confirmation ("Continue") is necessary for new questions:
Go back to the menu and resume partitioning?

No EFI System Partition was found. This system will likely not be able to boot successfully, and the installation process may fail.

Please go back and add an EFI System Partition, or continue at your own risk.
Go back to the menu and correct this problem?

It is normally required for you to create a separate partition for the boot loader code in order to boot your system in EFI mode. This partition should be marked for use as an "EFI boot partition" and should be at least 35 MB in size. Note that this is not the same as a partition mounted on /boot.

If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct this error, boot loader installation may fail later, although it may still be possible to install the boot loader to a partition.

(*) Note: Kubuntu has no progress bar during second part of installation.
(**) Lubuntu installer does not work. So only Lubuntu live environment is available. (#232 , #149, #121)

Assets 3
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@hakuna-m hakuna-m released this Apr 28, 2020 · 1 commit to bionic since this release

md5sum: 36bdbb62ad31c89c1c5cda53b4679af4
sha256sum: f24156d7b82a4196f47cae7fc05c03db9d39f9e9f7336894799b89dcf3a35d1d

Supported features:

  • Version 18.04.4 with automatic download, other 18.04(.x) with manual download
  • Ubuntu (64 bit only), Kubuntu (*), Lubuntu, Ubuntu Studio, Ubuntu MATE, Xubuntu, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu Budgie
  • various distros/versions with manual download (desktop environments "Wubi", "Wubi lz", "Wubi EFI", "Wubi MD5", "Wubi gz", "Wubi SHA256")
  • UEFI (64 bit + 32 bit), legacy BIOS
  • Fast Startup and Hibernate
  • Secure Boot
  • Parted 3.2
  • MMC + NVMe devices
  • package lupin-support (for Lubuntu and Ubuntu Studio)
  • disk sizes > 30 GB

Release changes:

  • change initrd.lz to initrd (#112)

Branch changes:

  • backport for 18.04.4

(*) Note: Kubuntu has no progress bar during second part of installation.

Assets 3
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@hakuna-m hakuna-m released this Apr 28, 2020

md5sum: e698ea71add0a98ef4e3fb9c95e9195a
sha256sum: e09c2b978b55c45d0a945bf561cf20c2c020a167784bff404a72446dd435906a

Release changes: see 2004r339
Branch changes: 2nd independent Wubi install

2004r339 2004r339-2
installation folder ubuntu ubuntu2
EFI folder /EFI/ubuntu/wubildr /EFI/ubuntu2/wubildr
boot loader files wubildr.mbr, wubildr wubild2.mbr, wubild2
application name in Windows registry entry Wubi Wubi2

Note: 2004r339-2 is only needed for a second install. It doesn't remove 2004r339 or other versions within folder ubuntu. If there is no existing install or you want to replace an existing install of 2004r339 or other versions within folder ubuntu, please use 2004r339 instead.

Assets 3
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@hakuna-m hakuna-m released this Apr 25, 2020 · 3 commits to master since this release

md5sum: f9688670e749946590cf573382b1c103
sha256sum: d3cff337bf67432c1fbf1ab12eb626abf1bf3c5e6d090ba90a662effce6936a3

Supported features:

  • Version 20.04 with automatic download, other 20.04(.x) with manual download
  • Ubuntu, Kubuntu (*), Ubuntu Studio, Ubuntu MATE, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu Budgie, all versions 64 bit only
  • various distros/versions with manual download (desktop environments "Wubi", "Wubi lz", "Wubi EFI", "Wubi MD5", "Wubi gz", "Wubi SHA256")
  • UEFI (64 bit + 32 bit), legacy BIOS
  • Fast Startup and Hibernate
  • Secure Boot
  • Parted 3.2
  • MMC + NVMe devices
  • package lupin-support (for Lubuntu and Ubuntu Studio)
  • disk sizes > 30 GB

Release changes:

  • Bump to 20.04 (#191)
  • new Shim and MokManager
  • new Xubuntu logo (#173)
  • version fix for LTS layout

Known issues:

  • #193
  • #194
  • #209
  • user confirmation ("Continue") is necessary for new questions:
Go back to the menu and resume partitioning?

No EFI System Partition was found. This system will likely not be able to boot successfully, and the installation process may fail.

Please go back and add an EFI System Partition, or continue at your own risk.
Go back to the menu and correct this problem?

It is normally required for you to create a separate partition for the boot loader code in order to boot your system in EFI mode. This partition should be marked for use as an "EFI boot partition" and should be at least 35 MB in size. Note that this is not the same as a partition mounted on /boot.

If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct this error, boot loader installation may fail later, although it may still be possible to install the boot loader to a partition.

(*) Note: Kubuntu has no progress bar during second part of installation.

Assets 3
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@hakuna-m hakuna-m released this Nov 28, 2019 · 12 commits to master since this release

md5sum: c87ac6368eaba0f5465270f39cc8f9d3
sha256sum: fa7b1a79633bb766aca7062d36ee3ec0c1d3d79b47dec98d962141d5538f5dad

Supported features:

  • Version 19.10 with automatic download
  • Ubuntu (64 bit only), Kubuntu (*) (64 bit only), Ubuntu Studio (64 bit only), Ubuntu MATE (64 bit only), Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu Kylin (64 bit only), Ubuntu Budgie (64 bit only)
  • various distros/versions with manual download (desktop environments "Wubi", "Wubi lz", "Wubi EFI", "Wubi MD5", "Wubi gz", "Wubi SHA256")
  • UEFI (64 bit + 32 bit), legacy BIOS
  • Fast Startup and Hibernate
  • Secure Boot
  • Parted 3.2
  • MMC + NVMe devices
  • package lupin-support (for Lubuntu and Ubuntu Studio)
  • disk sizes > 30 GB

Release changes:

  • Bump to 19.10
  • Update Python to 2.7.17 to avoid "empty certificate" error (python bug 26313)
  • fix for changed initramfs-tools (#169)

Known issues:

  • user confirmation ("Continue") is necessary for new questions:
Go back to the menu and resume partitioning?

No EFI System Partition was found. This system will likely not be able to boot successfully, and the installation process may fail.

Please go back and add an EFI System Partition, or continue at your own risk.
Go back to the menu and correct this problem?

It is normally required for you to create a separate partition for the boot loader code in order to boot your system in EFI mode. This partition should be marked for use as an "EFI boot partition" and should be at least 35 MB in size. Note that this is not the same as a partition mounted on /boot.

If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct this error, boot loader installation may fail later, although it may still be possible to install the boot loader to a partition.

(*) Note: Kubuntu has no progress bar during second part of installation.

Assets 3
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@hakuna-m hakuna-m released this May 7, 2019 · 16 commits to master since this release

md5sum: c20eb3ed7df414fc6a86ba620281574a
sha256sum: 3690db374378d33b639e3981543e233f127553cae3b5081d8039906e02fbda4f

Supported features:

  • Version 19.04 with automatic download
  • Ubuntu (64 bit only), Kubuntu (*) (64 bit only), Ubuntu Studio (64 bit only), Ubuntu MATE (64 bit only), Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu Kylin (64 bit only), Ubuntu Budgie (64 bit only)
  • various distros/versions with manual download (desktop environments "Wubi", "Wubi lz", "Wubi EFI", "Wubi MD5", "Wubi gz", "Wubi SHA256")
  • UEFI (64 bit + 32 bit), legacy BIOS
  • Fast Startup and Hibernate
  • Secure Boot
  • Parted 3.2
  • MMC + NVMe devices
  • package lupin-support (for Lubuntu and Ubuntu Studio)
  • disk sizes > 30 GB

Release changes:

  • Bump to 19.94
  • fix for #143 (GRUB install fails)

Known issues:

  • Lubuntu 19.04 ignores Wubiuefi configuration (#149, #121)
  • user confirmation ("Continue") is necessary for new questions:
Go back to the menu and resume partitioning?

No EFI System Partition was found. This system will likely not be able to boot successfully, and the installation process may fail.

Please go back and add an EFI System Partition, or continue at your own risk.
Go back to the menu and correct this problem?

It is normally required for you to create a separate partition for the boot loader code in order to boot your system in EFI mode. This partition should be marked for use as an "EFI boot partition" and should be at least 35 MB in size. Note that this is not the same as a partition mounted on /boot.

If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct this error, boot loader installation may fail later, although it may still be possible to install the boot loader to a partition.

(*) Note: Kubuntu has no progress bar during second part of installation.

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@hakuna-m hakuna-m released this Mar 17, 2019

md5sum: b07226466ab2ba75de95515c758e1b15
sha256sum: 50f0b20a7d838964b25823aba9d4839c5481976448ae517adfa24ee628eeb872

Supported features:

  • Version 16.04.6 and 16.04.5 for Ubuntu Gnome/Studio with automatic download, other 16.04.x with manual download
  • Ubuntu, Kubuntu (*), Lubuntu, Ubuntu Studio, Ubuntu GNOME, Ubuntu MATE, Xubuntu, Ubuntu Kylin
  • various distros/versions with manual download (desktop environments "Wubi", "Wubi lz", "Wubi EFI", "Wubi MD5", "Wubi gz", "Wubi SHA256")
  • UEFI (64 bit + 32 bit), legacy BIOS
  • Fast Startup and Hibernate
  • Secure Boot
  • Parted 3.2
  • MMC + NVMe devices
  • package lupin-support (for Ubuntu Studio 16.04.5)
  • Installation size > 30GB ( #56 )

Release changes:

  • initrd.lz -> initrd ( #112 )

Branch changes:

  • Update for 16.04.6

(*) Note: Kubuntu needs a workaround ( #10 )

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@hakuna-m hakuna-m released this Mar 5, 2019 · 2 commits to bionic since this release

md5sum:ebf8b1546d0330ffb88effda34572e12
sha256sum: f8c2b091a6e4ecb54f7e15ad3ce0a9af77769edc9597c2240358697e1c5cc6fb

Supported features:

  • Version 18.04.2 with automatic download, other 18.04(.x) with manual download
  • Ubuntu (64 bit only), Kubuntu (*), Lubuntu, Ubuntu Studio, Ubuntu MATE, Xubuntu, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu Budgie
  • various distros/versions with manual download (desktop environments "Wubi", "Wubi lz", "Wubi EFI", "Wubi MD5", "Wubi gz", "Wubi SHA256")
  • UEFI (64 bit + 32 bit), legacy BIOS
  • Fast Startup and Hibernate
  • Secure Boot
  • Parted 3.2
  • MMC + NVMe devices
  • package lupin-support (for Lubuntu and Ubuntu Studio)
  • disk sizes > 30 GB

Release changes:

  • change initrd.lz to initrd (#112)

Branch changes:

  • backport for 18.04.2 (#127)

(*) Note: Kubuntu has no progress bar during second part of installation.

Assets 3
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