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Condres OS Gnu/Linux Mate Edition

condres_os-mate.iso Scaricalo ora

 

Scaricato
58 volte
Dimensioni del file
1.79 Gb
Firma MD5
ef676622ee65a4c4a02858c4b704d31d
Firma SHA1
cc4545b6932ba238c7fe7605cb0c61c1b3d7b86b

Note: Condres OS does not support 32-Bit machines at this time.

After downloading Condres OS, you may check the ISO's integrity using the appropriate md5sum listed above the download link. This can be done using the command 'md5sum /path/to/the/condres/os/iso' or the command 'md5 /path/to/the/condres/os/iso'. Afterwards, we recommend that you write the ISO to a flash drive using Image Writer (Linux), this tutorial (Mac OS X), or USBWriter (Windows). Before doing anything else, we strongly recommend that you make a backup of any important files as data loss is always possible when adjusting partitions on a storage device. After this, if you are on a PC, we recommend that you disable Secure Boot in the BIOS of your machine. Instructions on entering the BIOS vary from device to device, but generally one must press a particular function key, often F12, while the device is showing its splash screen. Keep in mind that some devices, especially older ones, do not have a Secure Boot option at all, meaning that no BIOS options should need to be changed. To boot from the flash drive, find which key must be pressed while your device is showing its splash screen in order to select a boot device then reboot, press it, and select your flash drive. If you are on a Mac, you may boot from the flash drive by rebooting your computer, then waiting until after the reboot chime to press and hold the"Option" key. Note that the flash drive may be incorrectly labeled as"Windows". Regardless of what kind of computer you have, once the flash drive has booted, you may follow the on-screen instructions. Keep in mind that if you are booting the flash drive with UEFI and have elected to use advanced partitioning, you must create a FAT32 formated partition set to be mounted at /boot/efi. If you have any problems at any point while following these instructions, don't hesitate to post your questions or comments on the forum. Otherwise, feel free to share your love for Condres OS on our forum.

Condres OS Gnu/Linux KDE Edition

condres_os-kde.iso Scaricalo ora

 

Scaricato
72 volte
Dimensioni del file
2.66 Gb
Firma MD5
9b11bff3d1f6f0fb9e3d57dfe9d97c3a
Firma SHA1
9d90b5f5bd72341a5a8e8e1a81f7dfa5a0c6ed38

Note: Condres OS does not support 32-Bit machines at this time.

After downloading Condres OS, you may check the ISO's integrity using the appropriate md5sum listed above the download link. This can be done using the command 'md5sum /path/to/the/condres/os/iso' or the command 'md5 /path/to/the/condres/os/iso'. Afterwards, we recommend that you write the ISO to a flash drive using Image Writer (Linux), this tutorial (Mac OS X), or USBWriter (Windows). Before doing anything else, we strongly recommend that you make a backup of any important files as data loss is always possible when adjusting partitions on a storage device. After this, if you are on a PC, we recommend that you disable Secure Boot in the BIOS of your machine. Instructions on entering the BIOS vary from device to device, but generally one must press a particular function key, often F12, while the device is showing its splash screen. Keep in mind that some devices, especially older ones, do not have a Secure Boot option at all, meaning that no BIOS options should need to be changed. To boot from the flash drive, find which key must be pressed while your device is showing its splash screen in order to select a boot device then reboot, press it, and select your flash drive. If you are on a Mac, you may boot from the flash drive by rebooting your computer, then waiting until after the reboot chime to press and hold the"Option" key. Note that the flash drive may be incorrectly labeled as"Windows". Regardless of what kind of computer you have, once the flash drive has booted, you may follow the on-screen instructions. Keep in mind that if you are booting the flash drive with UEFI and have elected to use advanced partitioning, you must create a FAT32 formated partition set to be mounted at /boot/efi. If you have any problems at any point while following these instructions, don't hesitate to post your questions or comments on the forum. Otherwise, feel free to share your love for Condres OS on our forum.

Condres OS Gnu/Linux Cinnamon Edition

condres_os-cinnamon.iso Scaricalo ora

 

Scaricato
92 volte
Dimensioni del file
1.80 Gb
Firma MD5
6e1c2c18b33dbf6bd848d48ce1e972df
Firma SHA1
ed325738dc23ed73211b176c9745fb37a068405e

Note: Condres OS does not support 32-Bit machines at this time.

After downloading Condres OS, you may check the ISO's integrity using the appropriate md5sum listed above the download link. This can be done using the command 'md5sum /path/to/the/condres/os/iso' or the command 'md5 /path/to/the/condres/os/iso'. Afterwards, we recommend that you write the ISO to a flash drive using Image Writer (Linux), this tutorial (Mac OS X), or USBWriter (Windows). Before doing anything else, we strongly recommend that you make a backup of any important files as data loss is always possible when adjusting partitions on a storage device. After this, if you are on a PC, we recommend that you disable Secure Boot in the BIOS of your machine. Instructions on entering the BIOS vary from device to device, but generally one must press a particular function key, often F12, while the device is showing its splash screen. Keep in mind that some devices, especially older ones, do not have a Secure Boot option at all, meaning that no BIOS options should need to be changed. To boot from the flash drive, find which key must be pressed while your device is showing its splash screen in order to select a boot device then reboot, press it, and select your flash drive. If you are on a Mac, you may boot from the flash drive by rebooting your computer, then waiting until after the reboot chime to press and hold the"Option" key. Note that the flash drive may be incorrectly labeled as"Windows". Regardless of what kind of computer you have, once the flash drive has booted, you may follow the on-screen instructions. Keep in mind that if you are booting the flash drive with UEFI and have elected to use advanced partitioning, you must create a FAT32 formated partition set to be mounted at /boot/efi. If you have any problems at any point while following these instructions, don't hesitate to post your questions or comments on the forum. Otherwise, feel free to share your love for Condres OS on our forum.

 

Condres OS Gnu/Linux Gnome Edition

condres_os-gnome.iso Scaricalo ora

 

Scaricato
237 volte
Dimensioni del file
1.79 Gb
Firma MD5
42fdfda5dba8a1c8d163965f397abce7
Firma SHA1
899f2aacb3a8fe0dc0cee46b1499532dbaae75cb

Note: Condres OS does not support 32-Bit machines at this time.

After downloading Condres OS, you may check the ISO's integrity using the appropriate md5sum listed above the download link. This can be done using the command 'md5sum /path/to/the/condres/os/iso' or the command 'md5 /path/to/the/condres/os/iso'. Afterwards, we recommend that you write the ISO to a flash drive using Image Writer (Linux), this tutorial (Mac OS X), or USBWriter (Windows). Before doing anything else, we strongly recommend that you make a backup of any important files as data loss is always possible when adjusting partitions on a storage device. After this, if you are on a PC, we recommend that you disable Secure Boot in the BIOS of your machine. Instructions on entering the BIOS vary from device to device, but generally one must press a particular function key, often F12, while the device is showing its splash screen. Keep in mind that some devices, especially older ones, do not have a Secure Boot option at all, meaning that no BIOS options should need to be changed. To boot from the flash drive, find which key must be pressed while your device is showing its splash screen in order to select a boot device then reboot, press it, and select your flash drive. If you are on a Mac, you may boot from the flash drive by rebooting your computer, then waiting until after the reboot chime to press and hold the"Option" key. Note that the flash drive may be incorrectly labeled as"Windows". Regardless of what kind of computer you have, once the flash drive has booted, you may follow the on-screen instructions. Keep in mind that if you are booting the flash drive with UEFI and have elected to use advanced partitioning, you must create a FAT32 formated partition set to be mounted at /boot/efi. If you have any problems at any point while following these instructions, don't hesitate to post your questions or comments on the forum. Otherwise, feel free to share your love for Condres OS on our forum.

 
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