Sun Sep 4 00:18:14 2022 UTC

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Introduction

The current stable release of NuTyX is named 22.09.

ISO images are available in "Rolling" releases.

The available ISO images can be used to install a base system with or without the need of the internet.

Any ISO you choose can be tested in LIVE modus. You can then test all thoses ISOs without installing NuTyX on your hard disk.

They are also used to carry out a minimum of configuration of your machine before the actual installation of NuTyX.

If you have enough RAM memory, a message will inform you that you can remove the USB key after choosing your mother language. This means you can insert a USB keyboard, for example.

Locales will be installed at the first upgrade process. Onces the ISO installed, make an upgrade of your system to get the locales installed.

Typical installation of NuTyX on a single partition from scratch on your PC is located here.

You can also find a lot of various ISOS on linuxtracker website.

For the new user coming to NuTyX

Installation in BIOS or EFI modus is possible.

Once the installation is done, you can directly connect with your new user account created at post-configuration time.

Available ISO list for a new user who wants to discover NuTyX:
logo console
BASE 32bits

logo console
BASE 64bits

The ISO contains a base system withount any graphical interface.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

DHCP client: YES

Wireless tools: wireless-tools, wpa-supplicant

Firmwares: YES

EFI bootmanager: YES

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 32bits: 3913863ea9ee4d4aeeaa88212cb295a2cf2423b1

SHA1 64bits: 582f497fa9148d44d623e078dcfcf6dece224b5c

Approx. 774.9 MO
logo cde
CDE 64bits

The ISO contains a CDE desktop.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 64bits: d364f25156cd7d0556c386dbe3f526512b36d6dc

Approx. 1.5 GO
logo cde
OPENBOX 64bits

The ISO contains a OpenBox desktop.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 64bits: 9d075d6a52f65d40ccb2673f4ed01ece9cfd0ab3

Approx. 1.5 GO
logo lxde
LXDE 32bits

logo lxde
LXDE 64bits

The ISO contains a LXDE desktop.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 32bits: 0d39a84e88ad473814e6fa6688921a3a67865235

SHA1 64bits: 0c63bb30757d7413dc09bb58395aaec04bdd3f87

Approx. 1.5 GO
logo Xfce4
XFCE 64bits

The ISO contains a XFCE4 desktop.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 64bits: 554bfc02d94189181499052e0c93d67788e54109

Approx. 1.5 GO
logo lxqt
LXQT 64bits

The ISO contains a LXQT desktop.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 64bits: 530ced51ea2a03b0ec4ab44948ee2df5abdc1760

Approx. 1.6 GO
logo enlightenment
ENLIGHTENMENT 64bits

The ISO contains a ENLIGHTENMENT desktop.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 64bit: 49b7673c6b8c06f216e1ed3a0247d16e06a399dc

Approx. 1.9 GO
logo mate
MATE 64bits

The ISO contains a MATE desktop.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 64bits: 5145c1d8452b0dcd79405dc4b4cc138f8f81c37f

Approx. 1.7 GO
logo cinnamon
CINNAMON 64bits

The ISO contains a CINNAMON desktop.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 64bits: faad512358093f88514c45069b097a13b2231af0

Approx. 1.7 GO
logo budgie
BUDGIE 64bits

The ISO contains a BUDGIE desktop.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 64bits: 7a33c7d533420efe33e89ef9353ff0cb907f14b2

Approx. 1.6 GO
logo gnome
GNOME 64bits

The ISO contains a GNOME desktop.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 64bits: 89f96499484ef2fbe44f477285b34ff464d277b7

Approx. 1.7 GO
logo kde5
KDE 64bits

The ISO contains a KDE5 desktop.

Init system: SystemV and systemd

kernel: Last stable kernel.

SHA1 64bits: e701ada8dc062cfb2675e5b7c63c3486f10d6c48

Approx. 1.9 GO

For the experienced NuTyX user

This script allows the installation of a base NuTyX in a folder.

Its signature can be verified by downloading the http://www.nutyx.org/install-nutyx.md5sum file.

The script can be started from an already installed NuTyX or from another distribution.

This script is widely used in many tutorials of NuTyX:
logo scriptinstall-nutyx

Installing a bootloader

How to install and configure the bootloader for your PC

With grub version 2.XX, the following entry can be added to your grub.cfg:

menuentry "NuTyX sur /dev/sda1" {
   set root=(hd0,1)
   linux /boot/kernel-stable root=/dev/sda1 ro quiet
}

Create a bootable USB-Stick

Insert your USB-Stick and check the disk. Run:

lsblk -S
NAME HCTL       TYPE VENDOR   MODEL           REV  SERIAL           TRAN
sda  0:0:0:0    disk ...
sdb  2:0:0:0    disk ...
sdc  8:0:0:0    disk TDKMedia Trans-It_Drive  PMAP 07991E033A9CAF0E usb

Create a bootable USB-Stick specifying the correct filename and disk (replace sdX with your USB disk)

[Important] The following command will delete all data that is on the USB key.
dd if=$LFS/NuTyX_x86_64-22.08.3-BASE.iso of=/dev/sdX status=progress
sync
If you are using Windows:

it is easier to burn the ISO image onto a CD-RW (if possible) ...