Interactive installation

 
For some reason you're in interactive installations. In this mode, you'll see a lot of screens with messages and queries. Below we present a relatively simple way of reaching out to its successful conclusion. There are options that require more detailed knowledge of Linux, what you probably want to avoid.

   

Most likely you leave this option if you are installing from a CD and press Enter ...

   

... or choose this option if you are installing from USB, press Enter.

   

It is possible that mondo asks for the media from which you are installing, simply select Yes and press Enter.

   

You are in a place where you can change the partition layout, a list of mount. or at least correct the allocation of disk.
The screen below shows the situation when it is allocated 10MB too much.

   

In this way you correct the allocation of disk.

   

Allocation of the disk has been corrected. Mondo doesn't report errors.

   

You have yet to confirm that you want to save a mountlist.

   

You also acknowledge that you agree to completely clean the hard disk in order to create new partitions.

   

And here you confirm that you want to finally start restoring the data to disk.

   

After some time, when most of the data has been restored to disk, mondo asks whether to install the boot loader.
Press Enter.

   

Here you select No and press Enter.

   

Here you also select No and press Enter.

   

And  again,  you select No and press Enter.

   

Reached the goal. Congratulations. Remove media from the installer. To reload the computer type reboot or press Ctrl-Alt-Del.
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