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Questions about installing elementary OS in any supported architecture. Post-installation questions should not be under this tag.

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The elementary OS .iso file is too large to fit on a CD, so you will need to either burn it to a DVD or else make an elementary live USB using a flash drive that has at least 2GB. To burn on DVD from …
answered Dec 2 '15 by Ravan
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What computer architectures are available for elementary OS? Also where can I find (official) list of which architectures are available for elementary OS? For example, see Ubuntu's.
asked Dec 16 '15 by Ravan
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I am user of Ubuntu. I just want to decide install elementary OS. When I go to the official site the actual size showing is 909 MB, but the downloaded file with $0 shows 867 MB. Why? Is there any di …
asked Oct 9 '15 by Ravan
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I am using windows 8 and Ubuntu 14.04.I would like to install elementary OS.I found a link related to installation how-do-i-install-elementary-os.But that seems not much useful for dual boot(here tri …
asked Oct 9 '15 by Ravan
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I was successfully Installed on Unallocated space by using something else option. Added swap area and /root
answered Oct 9 '15 by Ravan
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Yes,python2 and python3 comes in default with elementary OS. But here python2==python and python3==python3 Open terminal and run the commands: To find version of python2: Open terminal and run- p …
answered Oct 11 '15 by Ravan
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In the question there are two sub questions to answer. elementary now automatically boots up just fine without showing GRUB This is normal behaviour. (since It is not dual boot ) If no other …
answered Oct 23 '15 by Ravan
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From screenshot it is clear you have four primary partitions. Refer Disk partitioning: The total data storage space of a PC HDD can contain at most four primary partitions, or alternatively thre …
answered Jan 7 '16 by Ravan
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How to install elementary OS using the 'Something else' option at the partitioning step.
asked Oct 12 '15 by Ravan
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Note : This can also be used to reinstall elementary OS. To reinstall skip the partition steps. Partitoning : Before using something else option allocate space to install elementary OS. Open Gpa …
answered Oct 12 '15 by Ravan
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To solve this problem use this thread, Boot from live USB Identify the partition of elementary OS Open terminal and run the commands: (Replace sda2 with your partition ) sudo mount /dev/sda2 /mnt …
answered Oct 26 '15 by Ravan
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Open terminal and run: sudo mount /dev/sda6 /mnt sudo grub-install --boot-directory=/mnt/boot /dev/sda sudo update-grub Note: In first command /dev/sda6 is elementary OS /root partition.Replace 6 …
answered Oct 10 '15 by Ravan
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This answer is after the discussion in chat Here you have to do two things , 1 . Deleting the /swapspace file created using AU question. 2 . Creating swap in unallocated space. 1 . Open terminal a …
answered Oct 20 '15 by Ravan