Installation using the LiveCD

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This guide is in the beta status. It is based on the installer 0.1.0. This guide is in the beta status. It is based on the installer 0.1.0.
-You can also install paldo GNU/Linux using our LiveCD. +You can also install paldo GNU/Linux using our LiveCD.
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 +==Download==
For this download the newest LiveCD from here: For this download the newest LiveCD from here:
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Burn the iso with your favorite burn app like k3b. Reboot your pc and boot from cd. Burn the iso with your favorite burn app like k3b. Reboot your pc and boot from cd.
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 +==Booting the CD==
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You will see this boot screen: You will see this boot screen:
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Choose your language and press enter. Choose your language and press enter.
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 +==Starting the installer==
To start the installer click on "Install paldo" on the desktop. To start the installer click on "Install paldo" on the desktop.
[[Image:Install_paldo_010.png]] [[Image:Install_paldo_010.png]]
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 +==Language Selection==
Then you'll see this welcome window: Then you'll see this welcome window:
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Here you can re-choose the language settings if you want. Press next if done. Here you can re-choose the language settings if you want. Press next if done.
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 +==Partitioning==
[[Image:Partitioning_010.png]] [[Image:Partitioning_010.png]]
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'''''You have to format your partitions with gparted before pressing next, otherwise you'll get an error!''''' '''''You have to format your partitions with gparted before pressing next, otherwise you'll get an error!'''''
Press next when done. Press next when done.
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 +==Configuration==
[[Image:System_Configuration_010.png]] [[Image:System_Configuration_010.png]]
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Enter your user settings and press next. Enter your user settings and press next.
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 +==Installation==
[[Image:Confirm_010.png]] [[Image:Confirm_010.png]]

Revision as of 17:35, 5 July 2007

This guide is in the beta status. It is based on the installer 0.1.0.

You can also install paldo GNU/Linux using our LiveCD.

Contents

Download

For this download the newest LiveCD from here:

Burn the iso with your favorite burn app like k3b. Reboot your pc and boot from cd.

Booting the CD

You will see this boot screen:

Image:Grub_Language_010.png

Choose your language and press enter.

Starting the installer

To start the installer click on "Install paldo" on the desktop.

Image:Install_paldo_010.png

Language Selection

Then you'll see this welcome window:

Image:Welcome_010.png

Here you can re-choose the language settings if you want. Press next if done.

Partitioning

Image:Partitioning_010.png

Now we are in the partition window. Choose the partitions you want to use for paldo. Click on "Edit" if you want to change your partitions. Gparted will do the job. You have to format your partitions with gparted before pressing next, otherwise you'll get an error! Press next when done.

Configuration

Image:System_Configuration_010.png

In the System Configuration window you can setup the Network settings and the root password. Press next when done.

Image:Add_User_010.png

Enter your user settings and press next.

Installation

Image:Confirm_010.png

The Confirm window gets displayed. Read it carefully and click next if you want to install paldo this way.

Image:Installation_1_010.png Image:Installation_2_010.png Image:Installation_3_010.png

When the installation is done press next.

Image:Summary_010.png

The installation went well. Press finish to close the installer. Now you can reboot your system to enjoy paldo GNU/Linux.

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