How to install PC Linux OS

To Install PC Linux OS

PC Linux OS is an open source operating system that available with various desktop interfaces. The installation method of PC Linux OS is similar to the Debian systems. This article shows the installation process of the Linux OS.

 


Installation of PC Linux OS

Go to PC Linux OS official website to download the ISO file. Once the file is downloaded, burn it into the DVD or make it bootable with USB flash media.

Select 'Install PC Linux OS' option to start installation process.

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Choose your keyboard layout and click on Next option.

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Again click on 'Next' option.

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The following steps will help you to create partitions.

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Click on sda and select the Ext4 option.

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Here you need to enter the size and mount point for the partition.

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Again click on sda and select the swap option to create the swap partition.

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Then enter the size and click on 'OK' button.

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Finally create the root (/) partition.

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Set the size and mount point as required.

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Click on 'Done' option to accomplish the process.

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Confirm the below option to format the partition.

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After created the partitions, the installation will start automatically.

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Once the installation is completed, select the path to install the boot loader.

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Click on Finish option and restart your computer to take effect.

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Select the first option to boot it.

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Select your Timezone and click on 'Next' option.

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Set the root password.

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Then create the user account.

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Enter the admin credential in the Log on screen, which will appear as shown below,

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PC Linux OS Desktop

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