How to Install Peppermint OS

To Install Peppermint OS

Peppermint is a Linux based operating system based on Ubuntu like derivatives and has its own theme and icons for GUI Interface. Download ISO file for perppermint from its official site and boot the image with any bootable media like DVD or USB onto your system then you can find a boot screen similar to below snap.

 


Installation of Peppermint OS

Select second option 'Install Peppermint OS' to install it in the hard drive.

Peppermint-OS-Install

Choose your language and click on continue option.

Peppermint-OS-language

If you want to install third party softwares, then choose the below option else click on continue option.

Peppermint-OS-third-party-softwares

Select any of the following option to custom partition with your preferred size.

Peppermint-OS-partition-preferred-size

Before creating partition, you need to create new partition table.

Peppermint-OS-partition-table

Peppermint-OS-continue

First you need to create free space and then click  on '+' button to create three partitions as shown below,

Peppermint-OS-free-space

Select the mount point as /boot.

Peppermint-OS-mount-point

Here you need to select swap area and then click on OK option.

Peppermint-OS-swap-area

Select mount point as '/' and then click on OK option.

Peppermint-OS-partition

 

 

Once the partitions are created, just click on 'Install now' option.

Peppermint-OS-Install-now

Peppermint-OS-install

Select your location to set TimeZone.

Peppermint-OS-TimeZone

Select the keyboard layout.

Peppermint-OS-keyboard-layout

Once the above process is finished, setup the users credential for installation process.

Peppermint-OS-credential

Peppermint-OS-welcome-page

Peppermint is installed successfully. Restart it to take effect.

Peppermint-OS-installed-successfully

Login with the user credential.

Peppermint-OS-user-credential

Now you can view the peppermint OS with advanced features.

Peppermint-OS-view

 


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