Installing Ubuntu 16.10

On today's "Cooking With Linux" installation quickie, I will be taking you through the installation process for the latest version of Ubuntu, release 16.10, also known as "Yakkety Yak". This distribution features the Unity desktop environment. While you're here watching, please click the subscribe button, give it a thumbs up, then share this video with all your friends, family, loved ones, enemies . . . basically "everyone". Thanks for watching.

Installing Linux on a laptop with secure boot.

Welcome to "Cooking With Linux", episode 7 . . . though I may have to rethink this whole numbering thing. But I digress . . . My parents bought themselves a brand new, and red, Acer laptop. Being my parents, they then brought it to me so that I could install Linux on it. Having run into issues with secure boot in the past, I decided to take advantage of this request and take you through installing Linux on a brand new laptop, with secure boot! Enjoy. Like. Share. Repeat.

Installing OpenSUSE Tumbleweed

Time for another "Cooking With Linux" installation quickie. This time, we're going to go through the installation steps for OpenSUSE Tumbleweed. This is a rolling release version of OpenSUSE which makes it fantastic for people who like to live 'on the edge' and always have to have 'the latest and greatest'. You know who you are. https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Tumbleweed Like. Share. Subscribe. Repeat.

Fedora 24 Installation

Let me start by explaining that this is an experiment. Not "Cooking With Linux" per se, but this installation video is something a little different. Consider these particular "Installation Quickies" a subset of my CWL videos rather than the main dish — an appetizer if you prefer. My plan, such as it is, is to take you through the process of installing different distributions by performing a live installation. Fedora 24 is my first such installation quickie, so  named because I may need to 'speed up' portions of the installation by trimming when nothing is really happening. My hope is …