Step 16: By clicking on “Add Hardware”, you can add additional hard disks, network adapters. In our case, we will not add any additional hardware. So cancel “Add hardware” wizard.
Step 17: Power on your vm.
Step 18: Select the language. In our case, we have chosen “English”.
Step 19: Select “Install Ubuntu Server” & press enter.
Step 20: Select “English” as language.
Step 21: Select you location.
Step 22: Configure keyboard. Select “No” on “detect keyboard layout” screen. Select English(us) in other keyboard settings as shown in screenshots.
Step 23: It is showing detecting hardware screen.
Step 24: Give hostname to your system. We are keeping it default hostname of “ubuntu”. Click on continue.
Step 25: Specify the full name of new user. In our case, we have chosen “vipin” as full user name.
Step 26: Choose some username. In our case, we have chosen “vipin”.
Step 27: Choose password & confirm password.
Step 28: If it gives weak password usage warning. Click on yes for option “Use weak password”.
Step 29: Select “No” for encrypting your home directory. We do not want to encrypt our home directory.
Step 30: It is showing clock setting screen.
Step 31: Click on yes if zone setting are correct. Since it has correctly identified our zone, so we clicked on yes.
Step 32: Choose “Guided – use entire disk and set up LVM” as partitioning method. It will automatically create partitions for you.
Step 33: Press enter here.
Step 34: Click on yes.
Step 35: How much hard disk you want to use for partitioning. Just click on continue.
Step 36: Showing partitioning screen
Step 37: Choose yes.
Step 38: Showing formatting of partitions.