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How To Install Linux

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How To Install PCLinuxOS

How To Install Linux Mint

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How To Install Linux Mint Wiki 


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Below are the recommended Linux Mint system requirements :








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Select "Start Linux Mint" snd press "Enter"


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Here is the desktop running live from the CD.  This is what the desktop would look like once installed.  The only icon that would not appear on the desktop is the install icon.  To proceed with the OS installation, double-click on the "Install Linux Mint" icon.


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Here, you can proceed to install the Linux Mint operating system.  Click "Forward" to proceed.


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You should not have to worry about the amount of hard drive space.  


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Select "Erase and use entire disk". Then click on "Next"


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Then click on "Install" to continue the installation.


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Select your location


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Select your Keyboard layout, click on "Forward"


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Enter in your name, username, computer name, and a proper password.  




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The Linux Mint OS is now being installed.  



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At this point , the installation of Linux Mint is completed.  You can choose to continue working within the live CD environment or reboot the system and launch the installed copy of Linux Mint.  Select "Restart Now".


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Linux Mint is now shutting down and rebooting.


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Click on your user name, in this example it is "Support".


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Enter the password you provided during the installation.


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You are now logged into Linux Mint for the first time running from the hard drive.   Click Close to close this "Welcome' window. If you never want to see it again at start up,  mark it off  by clicking the check-box next to it.


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This is what Linux Mint's desktop looks like.



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This is what the menu looks like in Linux Mint..