So, we will see installation guide “How to Install Linux Mint 20.2(UMA) from USB” Step by Step, but before installing Linux Mint 20.2 will see the “System Requirement”.
- System Requirement
- Require 2 GB RAM (But for the Comfortable use the recommended Size for the RAM is 4 GB).
- 20 GB Disk Space required to Install Linux Mint 20.2.
- 1024×768 resolution (on lower resolutions, press ALT to drag windows with the mouse if they don’t fit in the screen)
STEP 1: Download the ISO for Linux Mint 20.2
Just click the links to download the ISO Files, or you can go to the Linux Mint Website to download the ISO of your choice
STEP 2: Make the USB bootable to Install Linux Mint 20.2
So, to make the USB bootable we will use “USB Image Writer”, Select ISO File and select the USB, click on write to start the process.
STEP 3: Install Linux Mint 20.2(UMA) Step by Step Guide.
So After the booting it will show you the welcome screen with many options Select “Start Linux Mint” and Press Enter.
The Live booting has been started, you can Click on the CD icon to start the installation for Linux Mint.
Then choose your preferred language, I am selecting “English” and click on Continue.
So now it will ask for the “Keyboard Layout” select and click on Continue.
So, if you have the internet connections you can select the third party apps to download and Install, then tick the check box and “Continue”
Select Erase disk and Click on “Install Now”, Just be carefully while choosing the first option because it will erase all the data on the disk.
If you have to create your own partitions, you can select the option for “something else”, then create the partition and Install now.
Then it will give the warning to Write the changes to disks, after continue it will format the partitions.
Now select the Time Zone, I have select my time zone, you can select the time zone of your choice and click on Continue.
So, next step is to fill the login details, like Hostname, Username and password and click on “Continue”.
That’s It Done, It will start the installation part and then install the packages, and once the installation will complete then, it will ask for reboot.
Just put the login details and now you can use the Linux Mint 20.2. Enjoy!
After login you will find the Welcome Screen for the Linux Mint 20.2.
Follow the link to Install MongoDB.