This page is intended for users that would like to install Phyllome OS permanently on a computer. Make sure you understand what Phyllome OS is about before installing it
Installing Phyllome OS involves booting from a bootable USB flash drive and fetching an online kickstart file, which contains instructions to automatically deploy Phyllome OS.
The process to install Phyllome OS is destructive. Only follow the following instructions on a computer whose data has been backed-up and which has only one storage device attached to it.
|GPU-agnostic||Intel GPUs (5th to 9th gen)|
|Intel CPU||Phyllome OS Desktop I||Phyllome OS Desktop II|
|AMD CPU||Phyllome OS Desktop A||N/A|
|CPU-agnostic||Phyllome OS Desktop||N/A|
The following section illustrates how to change the boot order temporarily. The process to change the boot order depends on your current computer platform. Please follow the instruction that match your platform.
One needs to alter the GRUB instructions in order to trigger the automated installation.
GRUB is universal bootloader that ship with many Linux distributions.
GRUB defaults to the US keyboard layout. Have a look at this online resource to find the corresponding keys if you are not using a US keyboard layout
|CPU and GPU agnostic||Phyllome OS Desktop||ks.phyllo.me/d|
|Intel CPU||Phyllome OS Desktop I||ks.phyllo.me/di|
|AMD CPU||Phyllome OS Desktop A||ks.phyllo.me/da|
|Intel CPU and GPU||Phyllome OS Desktop II||ks.phyllo.me/dii|
Danger Zone: the following instruction will trigger a process that will automatically destroy any data located on the internal disk present in your computer without asking for a confirmation*
quietand write exactly the following
inst.ks=https://ks.phyllo.me/dii, then press Ctrl + x simultaneously or F10. This command will trigger the automated installation of Phyllome OS.
If you wish to learn more about how kickstart files are used to create Phyllome OS, please have a look at the official git repository.
By default, Phyllome OS is set to use the fr-CH keyboard layout. This keyboard layout is used by people living in Romandy, Switzerland, which is also where the original author of Phyllome OS is from.
Congratulations, you are done!
Don't forget to remove the USB flash drive from your computer, so that next time your computer will boot, it will use the internal disk where Phyllome OS has been deployed.