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From a reliable source, no torrent sites. I want version 14.04.1 because 14.04.2 (trash version) doesn"t work. Something is always not functioning. I don"t know what they did to lớn mess it up, but I have tested 14.04.1 và V2 on 3 computers và all of them work perfect with V1 unlike V2. Lets see if I can get some help for the first time in 2 years of using Linux asking a simple question. Instead of the super hard ones I never got help with. I googled it và the only site I found had mirrors with offline servers.

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Old releases of Ubuntu get archived khổng lồ the old-releases hệ thống. This often includes the older point releases of currently supported Ubuntu releases. You can get desktop images for 14.04.1 by clicking the link lớn that version, which brings you khổng lồ the trusty folder.

Assuming you want one of the usual desktop ISO images (and not, for example, a VPS ISO image), you have 32-bit & 64-bit options, as with other releases:

If you"re looking for the image built specially for compatibility with 64-bit Macs, you"ll notice that hasn"t been archived there (at least as of this writing). Instead it is on the cdimages hệ thống, which hosts many of the lesser-used ISO images:

Since those are the official primary download locations for these images, they should be expected khổng lồ remain available (và I have sầu tested the three link posted here--they all work).

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The md5 hashes for Ubuntu 14.04.1, including all the above-linked images, remain available on the 14.04 section of the UbuntuHashes page.

If the problems you had with the 14.04.2 ISO image were with the installation, using the old 14.04.1 image is usually a good solution. However, if they happened from updating your 14.04 system, then installing from 14.04.1 and not installing any updates is at best only a short-term solution. This is because some of the updates users receive are provided to patch security vulnerabilities that have sầu been discovered.

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Therefore, you may consider proceeding in one of these ways:

Try an older kernel. You can probably vì chưng this with your currently installed system. This fixes--or, in any case, works around--many hardware problems that start after an update. By mặc định Ubuntu keeps some older kernels, when a kernel update is installed. Hold Shift while booting to lớn show the GRUB menu & (if needed) select Advanced options. Then you can select from the bootable kernels that are installed & try out older ones.After installing, allow security updates and not others, but do update it. (You can select "Important security updates" in the Updates tab in Software Sources, but uncheck "Recommended," "Pre-released," and "Unsupported" updates.) See if that prevents the problem. It might not, though.Try lớn figure out specifically which updates are causing the problem & disable only them. Some troubleshooting would be required for this.Try khổng lồ find solutions khổng lồ the problems you"ve sầu had. You can post a new question about this (or multiple new questions about different problems, if the problems seem separate from one another).

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