This is a brief 5 minute video tutorial that will show you how to clean out older Linux Kernels from within your Peach OSI installation after an update has been delivered via the standard update process in Peach OSI. We will be using Ubuntu Tweak and Grub Customizer to complete the removal - both of which are pre-installed on every Peach distro. You will not need to know and Linux Terminal commands all all the changes will be done with simple mouse clicks in the afore mentioned applications. It really is simple . By using the latest Linux Kernels as issued by Ubuntu and Xubuntu - you will help to insure that your PC is running at its utmost and as secure as is currently available.
We are going to discuss a problem that we are hearing of from time to time with some new user of Linux or Peach. The issue stems from the new user not being able to install Peach OSI onto their computer. Typically I will get an email informing me that something is wrong with Peach OSI and the new user will say something like, “I’ve tried to install Peach OSI Barebones repeatedly and each time the installation hangs during the installation process.” This can be frustrating and if the user is trying to install Peach with Windows or any other operating system the failed installation can render their computer incapable of booting any operating system.
Let me start off by saying that the following may not be true of everyone who has this issue. But something like in 95 of 100 times that I get an email like this – the solution turns out to be what I am going to describe to you below. You need to understand that this failure to install would have happened to you no matter which version of Linux you would have chosen to use. The issue is not a problem with Linux, it usually is a problem with how you have equipped your particular PC. Sometimes you may have unwittingly added some hardware to your PC that cannot be allotted for during the boot process. Let me explain…
If you are having this issue or know of someone who is - click on "Read More" below to continue to the full article.
How about a Peach Distro that allows you to have a fully functioning HD Home Theater PC for the Raspberry Pi? Well we have it. And you know what? We use it ourselves daily. Fast, functional and full of HTPC features!!
Now this is what I'm talking about! We've built a lightning fast full desktop system for the Raspberry Pi. Oh you can get many operating systems for the Raspberry Pi but you have never seen anything like this.