Wed Oct 4 08:08:13 2017 UTC

Installation

Make sure you have enough space on your hard disk. 8 GiB to 15 GiB should be enough.

Download the latest version of NuTyX

The current stable release of NuTyX is named 9.1. They are available in 32 bits and in 64 bits. The available ISO image can be used to install a base system without the need of the internet. It is also used to carry out a minimum of configuration of your machine before the actual installation of NuTyX.

If you have more than 1 Gbyte of RAM memory, you can remove the key once you see the first dialog screen. This means you can insert a USB keyboard for example.

Both IOSs are + 246 Mb.

All available ISO images can be downloaded at: http://downloads.nutyx.org

Create a bootable USB key

If you are currently running GNU/linux on your machine:

[Important]As root

With the help of fdisk, find out where your USB key is located:

fdisk -l

Then by using the command dd, create a bootable key:

dd if=NuTyX_x86_64-9.1.iso of=/dev/sdX 

The sdX value is the one that you have previously found using fdisk.

If you are using Windows, it is easier to burn the ISO image onto a CD.

Typical installation of NuTyX on a single partition

How to install NuTyX from scratch on your PC.

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 root=/dev/sda1 ro quiet
}