Getting Ready For linux
Linux for blind general discussion
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Thu Jan 20 20:23:20 UTC 2022
I have found some links
You need first to disable Secure Boot as indicated here:
Then if you are lucky the machine will boot directly off the USB stick and the
installer will start.
Else, you will need to change the boot order from the BIOS
How to boot the system from USB flash drive/CD-ROM
or from Windows (not sure about that):
How to enter the BIOS configuration
You will need a sighted help, I think.
Le 20/01/2022 à 01:44, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
> I'm gonna use my Asus desktop computer to make this linux system disk. Does
> anyone know how to get into the BIOS setup program on an Asus M32CD desktop
> machine? It's not obvious watching the startup screen.
> On 1/19/2022 12:07 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> Yes, but there may need to be a setting in bios to enable it.
>> On 1/19/22, Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Howard,
>>> the Slint USB stick contains all you need to install Slint, not an already
>>> installed system.
>>> Instructions here: https://slint.fr/doc/HandBook.html#_slint_installation
>>> I suggest that you choose the Auto installation mode, easier for beginners.
>>> Le 19/01/2022 à 18:24, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
>>>> Thanks to all who have made suggestions.
>>>> First: I downloaded ubuntu and flashed it to a USB stick.
>>>> Next: I got my mind changed (probably for the nbetter), so I downloaded
>>>> and flashed it to another USB stick.
>>>> Now I have two USB sticks that each contain a version of linux. Assuming
>>>> gonna go with Slinnt, do I now have a bootable working copy of Slint? Or
>>>> there more to do before I'm actually running linux?
>>>> Thanks still more.
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