Installing Linux on a New PC To Do Both Simple And Complex Computing Tasks


Linux is gradually gaining popularity today, though its usage is not as common as Windows and it has greater functionality than most OS that have been developed all over the world. If proper instructions are followed, Linux OS can be uploaded onto a PC system via a DVD or a CD.
            Here, you would find help on how a Linux distribution can be installed on new PCs. Firstly, the installation is as simple as you would do with Windows OS.
            The Linux operating system can be downloaded as an ISO file, which may later be burnt into a CD or a DVD, or better still, you can order for it online which may be delivered to you via your email or home address. Nevertheless, It is advisable to download Linux file only when you have a high-speed Internet connection because of its largeness in size. Similarly, place your order for a Linux DVD instead of CD because it comes with better features, and it would minimize the cost of buying many copies of CDs.
Installing Linux on a New PC – Simple Steps

  1. Documenting Linux installation procedure: during installation, some system settings need to be specified, which include software programs you wish to install and the networking disk partition sizes and settings
  2. Start Linux installation by booting with a Linux DVD or CD’s. Boot the computer the DVD or CD drive boot system.
  3. Outline Linux installation settings:  follow the displayed prompt and fill in the documented installation settings
  4. Create a non-root user: logging into Linux is a two-way issue – it could be by way of a root user or of a non-root user. You have to log in with your username and password and then you can start working with the Linux desktop environment.

Linux system administrative work can be done only when you log in as a root user. Often times for security purpose, you should not log in to Linux as a root user. Sometimes during installations, Linux will ask you if you want to create one or many regular (non-root) users. It is better to have one non-root user for carrying out day-to-day activities on the PC.

  1. Installation of Linux should be on the HDD (hard disk): After the specification of installation settings, new Linux users can be created. The installation process will then copy Linux onto the hard disk and then reboot itself.
  2. Test system by login in to the PC: Immediately after rebooting the system, log in a regular user to know if you can start work as a user after this Linux desktop appears which will enable you test the system’s programs.

NB: Only test Linux root user by login in as a non-root user, opening emulation window. Then, log in as the root user by ruining the S.U command to work.
Linux operating system can be very amazing and it’s an absolutely reliable system; and there is several hundreds of Linux software for different kinds of use. You can get practical Linux training by installing it on your system. You can also learn Linux commands, by working with Linux command lines. - sexleketø - - sexshop - - - - -