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-======= The KISS (keep it simple stupid) ​guide ======= +====== The KISS guide to get started with Hyperbola GNU/​Linux-libre. ​======
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-===== Get started with Hyperbola GNU/​Linux-libre. =====+
  
 The intention with this guide is to show a very simple way of how to boot **Hyperbola GNU/​Linux-libre** from an optical disk or a Live USB stick and then how to install it the easiest way possible onto your HDD. It will avoid controversies like **what desktop environment is the best?**, **how many partitions do I need?** and **how many GB should my swap partition be?** and so on. This guide will only provide the basic steps to get you started. ​ The intention with this guide is to show a very simple way of how to boot **Hyperbola GNU/​Linux-libre** from an optical disk or a Live USB stick and then how to install it the easiest way possible onto your HDD. It will avoid controversies like **what desktop environment is the best?**, **how many partitions do I need?** and **how many GB should my swap partition be?** and so on. This guide will only provide the basic steps to get you started. ​
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 Once you have downloaded the [[en:​main:​Downloads|Live image]] as described you should verify it following [[en:​guide:​verify live images|these guidelines]]. Make sure to change your BIOS settings so that your computer will boot from your optical disk or USB stick. Once you have downloaded the [[en:​main:​Downloads|Live image]] as described you should verify it following [[en:​guide:​verify live images|these guidelines]]. Make sure to change your BIOS settings so that your computer will boot from your optical disk or USB stick.
  
- +==== Burn the image to your optical disk ====
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-===== Burn/​Write ​the image: ====== +
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-=== ->​To ​your optical disk ===+
  
 To create a disk to use as your install medium, insert a blank or re-writable disk, CD or DVD, into your disk drive. Next, you will need to mount the disk. To create a disk to use as your install medium, insert a blank or re-writable disk, CD or DVD, into your disk drive. Next, you will need to mount the disk.
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- +==== Write the image to your USB ====
-=== -> To your USB ===+
  
 If you don’t have an ISO writer, go (change directory) to the folder where you saved the downloaded Live image (probably the Downloads folder) and type the following into your terminal: If you don’t have an ISO writer, go (change directory) to the folder where you saved the downloaded Live image (probably the Downloads folder) and type the following into your terminal:
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-==== Keymap ​====+==== Kepmap ​====
  
 As the locale, you need to setup the keymap in the file <color #​0B71B9/#​DDF1FF>/​etc/​conf.d/​keymaps</​color>: ​ As the locale, you need to setup the keymap in the file <color #​0B71B9/#​DDF1FF>/​etc/​conf.d/​keymaps</​color>: ​