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Just a comment - I don't see how SolydXK can be characterized as even "a whisker less stable" since instead of hardcore rolling release it has fixed cycle updates. I've found it to be simple and solid, and that's pretty unusual coming from a hardcore Slackware guy. My standards for simple and stable are among the highest. For someone who lists games as a top priority it also has some advantages. It not only comes with Steam packaged right in, but also the amazing PlayOnLinux which can manage multiple versions of Wine, so that even having a different version dedicated to specific games is possible (and sometimes desirable). Also, as has become somewhat common, the install disk can also be a Live Version so it is possible to try it out without installing anything. Then, when you see the one that just feels right, let 'er rip.
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I second the notion of going with Linux Mint. It is by far my favorite flavor. It is very user friendly and even has built in chat client so you can talk to others using Mint and get help, suggestions and just talk about anything. smile.gif It has a vary familiar look and feel to windows minus the crappy OS base. If I recall I think you will have to repair your windows client so it boots up correctly. Its been a wile since Ive booted multiple partitions.
    
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Updating OP.

I've got the rig put back together. Now time to install Linux. I'll come back and edit this in a second.

Current Situation
I now have the computer back together in one piece, minus the HDD. I can now use a flashdrive to install, or I can install on my HDD from my rig. Linux Mint is the choice that everyone has suggested I use. Now, which 'version' of Linux Mint do I choose? Someone said that 'Cinnamon' is slightly unstable. Next up, which install method should I use, and can you walk me through step by step? And if I need anything else, please provide a link. I greatly appreciate all your help so far.
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Originally Posted by Xaero252 View Post

Here's a solution for you:

Grab VMWare Workstation and install it.
Grab the installation disk image for whichever distribution.
Create a new virtual machine and select the use Physical Disk option, and then select the use entire disk option. (Not the partition option)
Boot the virtual machine and select the install media you downloaded earlier.
Follow the directions to install that distribution to the partition you added.

Once everything's installed, move the hard drive over to the new machine.

Didn't know this was possible...
 
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Update: Installing the LinuxMint on my flashdrive now using "UUI" (Universal USB Installer). If installing goes well for the actual computer and all the parts work, then the rig will be working in a few hours.



Update 2: Looks like dead PSU. Will see what all I can do as soon as I can.
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post #16 of 58
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Originally Posted by enorbet2 View Post

Just a comment - I don't see how SolydXK can be characterized as even "a whisker less stable" since instead of hardcore rolling release it has fixed cycle updates. I've found it to be simple and solid, and that's pretty unusual coming from a hardcore Slackware guy. My standards for simple and stable are among the highest. For someone who lists games as a top priority it also has some advantages. It not only comes with Steam packaged right in, but also the amazing PlayOnLinux which can manage multiple versions of Wine, so that even having a different version dedicated to specific games is possible (and sometimes desirable). Also, as has become somewhat common, the install disk can also be a Live Version so it is possible to try it out without installing anything. Then, when you see the one that just feels right, let 'er rip.

I was using an AMD GPU setup with SolydXK. In the context of a new user who goes ahead and installs the Catalyst driver they may not be aware that this breaks the installation due to plymouth. Further adding to the frustration is the very slow update servers on SolydXK, it took 45 mins to install SolydXK with all the updates only to lose it all once catalyst was installed. This is not documented but I had reported it at the time and the single guy who maintains that distribution acknowledged it. Of course anyone who wanted a decent experience would find and update the exact x.server, kernal, mesa version (which isn't the latest as certain things are off for stability at the moment) but that adds to the confusion. So I still say until it is documented on the website or on the installation that Catalyst breaks SolydXK it can be considered a 'whisker' less stable .. (unless your being pedantic about the word stable? then I would say more frustrating) which is not a good start for a new linux user.
Edited by Pip Boy - 4/20/14 at 2:11am
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I was using an AMD GPU setup with SolydXK. In the context of a new user who goes ahead and installs the Catalyst driver they may not be aware that this breaks the installation due to plymouth. Further adding to the frustration is the very slow update servers on SolydXK, it took 45 mins to install SolydXK with all the updates only to lose it all once catalyst was installed. This is not documented but I had reported it at the time and the single guy who maintains that distribution acknowledged it. Of course anyone who wanted a decent experience would find and update the exact x.server, kernal, mesa version (which isn't the latest as certain things are off for stability at the moment) but that adds to the confusion. So I still say until it is documented on the website or on the installation that Catalyst breaks SolydXK it can be considered a 'whisker' less stable .. (unless your being pedantic about the word stable? then I would say more frustrating) which is not a good start for a new linux user.

I'm sorry you had issues because of ATi and I thank you for pointing them out even though I don't see how that is strictly a SolydXK issue since it seems to me it is possible with some configurations on any distro. IMHO ATi has always made great hardware and crappy drivers. The AMD buyout promises to improve that and it will probably do so eventually. The nVidia driver handles Mesa, GL, VDPAU, etc. just fine by installing what it needs while affecting little else.

While mentioning distros let me point out that the difference between one Linux distro and any other is very slight. The main differences are package manager, bundled software, and defaults. There really is no need to underline "single guy" since there are at least as many advantages to that as disadvantages, especially when so much in this case borrows so heavily from Debian.

However your point is well-taken. I did fail to check what GPU OP has or intends to use. That said, Plymouth is another "wonderful" freedesktop.org creation, which means it will likely soon be almost everywhere.
Edited by enorbet2 - 4/20/14 at 5:25am
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It will be with a 560Ti.
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Bump and:

I know you guys are having a healthy discussion, but could you help me understand it a bit more. I don't mind something like this in my thread, I would just like to know what you're talking about.
I'm going to be ordering the new PSU today, but I might pull mine out of my rig to at least get this other rig running with Mint. I'm still a little confused with how I'm going to do this.

The main issue is that I believe the system is going to try to boot the Windows OS that is still on this drive. I have a separate partition for where the Linux OS is going to be installed on. How do I get my computer to install Linux on the partition without going into Windows? If I have to, I think I can make a backup of the W7 on an external drive, or on my 2TB drive.
If you were wondering about the W7 (Click to show)
My friend's HDD started showing signs of failure, so I got him a replacement 1TB. I'm still holding on to his original drive just in case he needs a copy of the original OS. I am not duplicating the OS, I am just saving a backup copy of it.

EDIT: I may have been so tired that I was hallucinating, but I swear some posts are gone now...
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The installer will handle it, you just specify which partition you want to install Linux on. Here is the guide to install Mint (I think that is what you are going to try, regardless most Distro's are similar to this process). In a nutshell you boot the live CD and click the launcher install Mint. After that you will get to a point where it asks where to install Mint using the whole drive (which you don't want to do since you will be installing next to Windows) or something else. After that you should select the partition you made and use the full partition. Should run smoothly from there.

GRUB should pick up windows after it installs and when you boot your computer you will come to a menu where you can select Linux Mint or Windows. Backing up is never a bad idea, but shouldn't run into any issues. Good luck.
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