After the positive reviews of my macOS-inspired Fuji OS, I am pleased to announce that a new Windows-inspired OS is now available.
And for this, I decided to resurrect a long-dead name…Lindows.
Lindows 10 is installed the same way as Fuji OS, only this time the default user name and password is uxoslinux.
To download Lindows 10, click here.
I remasterdd FujiOS with the “PinguyBuilder backup” option so please pay attention.
- For best results, boot into a live desktop.
- Use fujios as the password to log in.
- Open the terminal from the dock. (The terminal is located to the left of the Firefox icon.)
- Execute sudo ubiquity and use fujios as the password.
- Install the system as you would normally install any Ubuntu system.
- When you boot into your installed system, you will have to log in as fujios so use fujios as your password.
- To create your own user, click on the Slingscold app – the grey icon with a black rocket ship to the left of the terminal – in the dock and search for “Users and groups”.
- Click on Add User, enter the fujios password, and make your own user and password.
- On the right side, change your new user account to an Administrator. If you don’t do this, you will not be able to install extra software or use the Software Store.
- Log out of the fujios account.
- Log in to your new account, use Slingscold to open Users And Groups, and delete the fujios account.