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Installing an OS

* You can safely skip this is you already have an OS installed on your machine.

This provides a basic way to setup an OS environment for wagn:

 

+On GNU Linux

everything should start and now you are at the login,

enter root and the password

 

$ su

enter root password

 

Remove the cd from the sources

http://askubuntu.com/questions/236288/apt-get-asks-me-to-insert-cd-why

 

$ gedit /etc/apt/sources.list

 

and simply add to this line with the #-sign so that it looks something like this:

# deb cdrom:[Ubuntu 12.10

then do:

 

$ apt-get update

 

Install sudo (you'll be able to execute commands as administrator without becoming root first)

 

$ apt-get install sudo

 

Creating new user and making it an administrator

$ adduser myuser

Type in a password and don't forget it. Press enter at all the other questions.

 

Add 'myuser' to the sudoers

$ visudo

 

http://serverfault.com/questions/58378/add-new-user-with-root-access-in-linux

 

Scroll down and under the line where is says root type your name

## Allows just user "username" to run all commands as root

mir    ALL=(ALL)    ALL

 

Type to exit the root shell 

$ exit

+On Mac OS X
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+Windows
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+Ubuntu 14.04
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