GUI versions of Ubuntu or Debian
EDIS does not offer a Debian or Ubuntu image with the GUI enabled, but users can install Ubuntu 22.04 and add the GUI via a few shell commands.
Asif from Lahore (PK) asked:
Do you provide GUI version for Ubuntu or Debian?
Although EDIS does not offer a dedicated Debian or Ubuntu image with GUI enabled, you can install Ubuntu 22.04 and add the GUI via a few small shell commands.
Update the apt package index and install the tasksel tool.
Execute the following tasksel command to install the Ubuntu desktop environment "Kubuntu".
Reboot your system
The graphical user interface (GUI) should now start. Depending on your system, you may need to select your desired desktop environment on the login page before logging in. If the GUI isn't starting at all, ensure that your system is set to boot into the graphical target. To do so, run:
Advanced option for point 2: If you only run tasksel without specifying the parameter install kubuntu-desktop, you can pick what you would like to install from a dialog.