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i want to install ubuntu ver 9.04 through network... how can it be done??

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Well, your question is very vague. Canonical's wiki has instructions for many scenarios here:

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+1 good answer when windows is your starting point. I didn't know they had that written up. – DaveParillo Oct 24 '09 at 6:05

Carls answer is good. There is also a Step-by-step tutorial from Canonical for a LocalNet if Linux is your starting point, which should get you going. A list of all of the network install options is here.

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