Getting Started with Linux

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Along the lines of Endstoend, Sep 26, 2019.

  1. Hello,
    So I've recently got a PC and I was hoping to get some assistance with the process of being able to run Linux along side windows.
    Any help would be appreciated, as well as alternative methods to obtain my initial goal.
    Thank you, Joe
     
    Last edited: Sep 27, 2019
  2. Taleman

    Taleman Well-Known Member HowtoForge Supporter

    Can you run Linux from that Live media successfully?
    Are you installing on the Windows Subsystem for Linux?
    What download?
    If Kali Linux does not work, try Ubuntu.
    If you want better advice, describe more where, what and how you try to install.
     
  3. Prahlad Makwana

    Prahlad Makwana New Member

    Hello, @Along the lines of Endstoend
    To run Linux along side windows , please follow these steps :
    Step 1:- Take a backup of your system.
    Step 2:- Create space on your hard disk by shrinking windows.
    Step 3:- Create a bootable Linux USB drive / Create a bootable Linux DVD.
    Step 4:- Boot info a live version of Ubuntu.
    Step 5:- Run the installer.
    Step 6:- Choose your language.
    Step 7:- Make sure you are plugged in, connected to the internet and have enough disk space.
    Step 8:- Choose your installation type.
    Step 9:- Partition your hard disk.
    Step 10:- Choose your timezone.
    Step 11:- Choose your keyboard layout.
    Step 12:- Create default user.
    Step 13:- Complete the installation.
    Note:- above step is explain in details in below link please follow its:
    Link Here :-
    https://www.lifewire.com/ultimate-windows-7-ubuntu-linux-dual-boot-guide-2200653

    I hope above information will be useful for you.
    Thank you.
     

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