I just picked up a pretty old Dell PC from a company's yard sale. It was previously running Windows XP, but I wanted to install Xubuntu on there. So, I downloaded the 32-bit .iso file, burned it to a CD, and booted the machine off the CD. From there, I created a new partition table for my hard drive (I tried to create another partition, ended up deleting Windows... Oh well), and used these partitions:
/ ext4 10000 MB /usr ext4 19999 MB /home ext4 28999 MB swap swap 999 MB
However, when I click Install Now, it just stays at "Please Wait..." with no progress (or so it seems). The last entry I see in the code window below says:
(root) CMD ( cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.hourly)
Is it just being a slow, old computer? Or is there something I'm doing wrong?