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  • DellardOS Wiki | DellardOS / DellardOS | Edit
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  • DellardOS Wiki | DellardOS / Installation | History
    DellardOS First of all you need to burn the ISO file to a CD DVD or a USB key To burn the ISO file to a CD it s simple Windows we recommend ImgBurn GNU Linux use K3b Brasero or XfBurn If you don t know how http help ubuntu com community BurningIsoHowto you should read this guide To burn the ISO file to a USB key Windows https rufus akeo ie we recommend Rufus GNU Linux use the DD command line Using the DD command line is simple but if not careful YOU CAN DESTROY YOUR COMPUTER YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED The DD syntax looks like this sudo dd if dellardOSv03 iso of yourusbdevice yourusbdevice is typically dev sdb but it can be different To make sure dev sdb is really the device you want to write to use Gparted Installing DellardOS on a computer Insert the CD USB key to your computer and power it on Depending on the BIOS Computers it may not boot your CD USB key Sometimes you have to press a button It can be F10 F11 F12 F1 etc If you press that button a menu should show up when you can choose the device you want to boot Sometimes though it does not work like this On some computers you will have to access the BIOS parameters Inside the BIOS you should be able to change the order of the devices it boots If you are really a newbie then perhaps you should ask on a forum or read the manual If you were able to boot it then this should show up https gameblabla olympe in dellardos img help png Just press Enter and wait for a while After a few minutes you should see this https gameblabla olympe in dellardos

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  • DellardOS Wiki | DellardOS / Installation | History
    DellardOS is a 32 bits distro and as a result it will not work on a UEFI computer Windows 8 10 certified computers In addition proprietary Wifi drivers were removed from DellardOS If you own in particular a Broadcomm then it won t be supported Preparing DellardOS First of all you need to burn the ISO file to a CD DVD or a USB key To burn the ISO file to a CD it s simple Windows we recommend ImgBurn GNU Linux use K3b Brasero or XfBurn If you don t know how you should read this guide To burn the ISO file to a USB key Windows we recommend Rufus GNU Linux use the DD command line Using the DD command line is simple but if not careful YOU CAN DESTROY YOUR COMPUTER YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED The DD syntax looks like this sudo dd if dellardOSv03 iso of yourusbdevice yourusbdevice is typically dev sdb but it can be different To make sure dev sdb is really the device you want to write to use Gparted Installing DellardOS on a computer Insert the CD USB key to your computer and power it on Depending on the BIOS Computers it may not boot your CD USB key Sometimes you have to press a button It can be F10 F11 F12 F1 etc If you press that button a menu should show up when you can choose the device you want to boot Sometimes though it does not work like this On some computers you will have to access the BIOS parameters Inside the BIOS you should be able to change the order of the devices it boots If you are really a newbie then perhaps you should ask on a forum or read the manual If you were able to

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  • DellardOS Wiki | DellardOS / Installation | Edit
    show up when you can choose the device you want to boot Sometimes though it does not work like this On some computers you will have to access the BIOS parameters Inside the BIOS you should be able to change the order of the devices it boots If you are really a newbie then perhaps you should ask on a forum or read the manual If you were able to boot it then this should show up https gameblabla olympe in dellardos img help png Just press Enter and wait for a while After a few minutes you should see this https gameblabla olympe in dellardos img xdm png The user is root and the password is root After you logged in you should have a Desktop https gameblabla olympe in dellardos img scr help png Once you re done messing around with it you can install it by opening a terminal and type dellardosinstall WARNING THIS WILL ERASE EVERYTHING ON YOUR COMPUTER IF THIS IS NOT WHAT YOU WANT STOP RIGHT NOW To install it follow all the instructions The program will let you know when it s done After DellardOS is installed shutdown and remove the CD USB key Power on your computer it should show a GRUB menu with DellardOS being listed Have fun with DellardOS Summary Author This is a minor edit Basic editing Text formatting rules Documentation index Tables simple advanced Paragraphs for a new paragraph use a blank line Line break or to indent text hanging text Join line Lists for bulleted for numbered term definition for definition lists Emphasis italics bold bold italics monospaced References another page http example com another page link text anchor anchor link text Signatures name Groups Group Page displays Page Group Page displays Group Page Group Page displays Group Group links Group homepage name and date Separators for headings for horizontal line Prevent formatting Other big bigger small smaller superscript subscript inserted deleted Preformatted or pre Preview DellardOS Installation Page is unsaved Minimal Requirements CPU Pentium Pro or AMD K3 RAM 128 MB DellardOS itself takes 20 MB Disk Space At least 4 Gigs DellardOS is a 32 bits distro and as a result it will not work on a UEFI computer Windows 8 10 certified computers In addition proprietary Wifi drivers were removed from DellardOS If you own in particular a Broadcomm then it won t be supported Preparing DellardOS First of all you need to burn the ISO file to a CD DVD or a USB key To burn the ISO file to a CD it s simple Windows we recommend ImgBurn GNU Linux use K3b Brasero or XfBurn If you don t know how you should read this guide To burn the ISO file to a USB key Windows we recommend Rufus GNU Linux use the DD command line Using the DD command line is simple but if not careful YOU CAN DESTROY YOUR COMPUTER YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED The DD syntax looks like this

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  • DellardOS Wiki | DellardOS / Installation | Edit
    show up when you can choose the device you want to boot Sometimes though it does not work like this On some computers you will have to access the BIOS parameters Inside the BIOS you should be able to change the order of the devices it boots If you are really a newbie then perhaps you should ask on a forum or read the manual If you were able to boot it then this should show up https gameblabla olympe in dellardos img help png Just press Enter and wait for a while After a few minutes you should see this https gameblabla olympe in dellardos img xdm png The user is root and the password is root After you logged in you should have a Desktop https gameblabla olympe in dellardos img scr help png Once you re done messing around with it you can install it by opening a terminal and type dellardosinstall WARNING THIS WILL ERASE EVERYTHING ON YOUR COMPUTER IF THIS IS NOT WHAT YOU WANT STOP RIGHT NOW To install it follow all the instructions The program will let you know when it s done After DellardOS is installed shutdown and remove the CD USB key Power on your computer it should show a GRUB menu with DellardOS being listed Have fun with DellardOS Summary Author This is a minor edit Basic editing Text formatting rules Documentation index Tables simple advanced Paragraphs for a new paragraph use a blank line Line break or to indent text hanging text Join line Lists for bulleted for numbered term definition for definition lists Emphasis italics bold bold italics monospaced References another page http example com another page link text anchor anchor link text Signatures name Groups Group Page displays Page Group Page displays Group Page Group Page displays Group Group links Group homepage name and date Separators for headings for horizontal line Prevent formatting Other big bigger small smaller superscript subscript inserted deleted Preformatted or pre Preview DellardOS Installation Page is unsaved Minimal Requirements CPU Pentium Pro or AMD K3 RAM 128 MB DellardOS itself takes 20 MB Disk Space At least 4 Gigs DellardOS is a 32 bits distro and as a result it will not work on a UEFI computer Windows 8 10 certified computers In addition proprietary Wifi drivers were removed from DellardOS If you own in particular a Broadcomm then it won t be supported Preparing DellardOS First of all you need to burn the ISO file to a CD DVD or a USB key To burn the ISO file to a CD it s simple Windows we recommend ImgBurn GNU Linux use K3b Brasero or XfBurn If you don t know how you should read this guide To burn the ISO file to a USB key Windows we recommend Rufus GNU Linux use the DD command line Using the DD command line is simple but if not careful YOU CAN DESTROY YOUR COMPUTER YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED The DD syntax looks like this

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  • DellardOS Wiki | DellardOS / Installation | Edit
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  • DellardOS Wiki | DellardOS / LanguageSettings | History
    png to Change Default Language To change the default language it s easy Go to System Language Next choose your language Log off and login https gameblabla olympe in dellardos img langue png For now only English and French are supported Restore July 19 2015 at 09 04 PM EST by Gameblabla Changed lines 1 13 from Change the default language To change the default language it s easy Go

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