from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To connect or set in position and prepare for use: installed the new furnace; installed software on my computer.
- transitive v. To induct into an office, rank, or position: a ceremony to install the new governor.
- transitive v. To settle in an indicated place or condition; establish: installed myself in the spare room.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To connect, set up or prepare something for use
- v. To admit formally into an office, rank or position.
- v. To establish or settle in.
- n. Installation. (Usage originated as a truncated form of the word installation.)
- n. (jargon): A computer software utility that is run to install a software application. Also used attributively.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To set in a seat; to give a place to; establish (one) in a place.
- transitive v. To place in an office, rank, or order; to invest with any charge by the usual ceremonies; to instate; to induct
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To place in a seat; give a place to.
- To set, place, or instate in an office, rank, or order; invest with any charge, office, or rank with the customary ceremonies.
- To place in position for service or use.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. set up for use
- v. place
- v. put into an office or a position
To generate a log file, you will need to use msiexec from a command prompt to install the MSI, for example msiexec / i AspNetMVC1-RC2. msi / l*v. \install.log
I restarted many times, since then I did an install& archive with the 10.2 install disc which I own. .all went well to the login screen I entered my login & password .. the screen shuddered and shuddered ..
I have my Win install which is my main and Linux, which is my work.
The install is also 30MBs-ish, so it's a bit big for those (like me) who have a lot of apps on your phone.
(Thanks to the author of this article for helping me out with my Snow Leopard install from a FireWire drive.)
I would love to be able to purchase an OS able to install from a USB flash drive!
The install is painless and you rarely need to mess with text files any longer, so pretty much anybody could set it up in a matter of minutes.
There will be some tweaks made so a fresh install is logical.
My Vista install is rock solid and full of feature and security enhancements compared to XP. mahumphrey atomicrabbit
When I have any trouble with Ubuntu, the XP install is right there, and that is nice in the beginning.