How to Install Antergos Linux

To Install Antergos Linux

Antergos is an open source Linux-based operating system. It allows the users to try a fully functional Antergos environment without changing the current state of the system. Installation process of Antergos Linux is explained in this article.

 

Prerequisites

Create Bootable media with ISO image of the OS and plug it into the local system. Then find the boot menu to install antergos. Download ISO image from the official site for antergos operating system.

 

Installation of Antergos Linux

Select the second option to boot into live image.

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If you want to try it just click on try it option else click on install it to start installation process.

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Checkout the system current state and follow below given steps to proceed the installation process.

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Select your TimeZone.

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Select keyboard layout.

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Select the Desktop Environment that install along with operating system

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If you want to install any software packages under this list, just select it.

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Now you need to create the custom partition layout.

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Click on New partition table to create the partition.

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Select the following option and then click on Apply option.

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Create /boot partition with 500 MB Size.

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Then create swap partition with 2GB Size

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Create root file system '/' partition with remaining space.

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Three partitions are created successfully. Then continue the installation process as follows,

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Create user account with password to proceed installation.

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Once the installation process is completed, restart the system and boot into hard drive to take effect.  Login with the user credentials.

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Finally you can access the Antergos operating system. Have fun!!!

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