1) In the event that when you are running the system in Live mode for some task, it asks you for an authentication key, it is: "live"

2) If at the end of the "system installation", when you restart you see that other operating systems that you may have installed are not listed in the Grub start menu; (not likely to happen), don't be alarmed, just start Auxtral and as root in the terminal run the "ospe" script and wait for grub to update again. This could also happen after an update that includes the grub-pc package, just run the script again.


Developed by the Linux Mint project with internal technology from Gnome Shell, it has a layout similar to that of Gnome 2. For this LM created the "Mint Extensions" for GNOME Shell (MGSE).

The priority was to make users feel comfortable with their desktop, which was undoubtedly achieved with the implementation of advanced and innovative features facilitating a traditional user experience. That is why I consider that Cinnamon is undoubtedly the ideal desktop for those users who have to make the transition from Windows.



Xfce Desktop - Download

Xfce is a very agile desktop environment for Unix-like operating systems. Its goal is to be fast and light, while still being visually appealing and easy to use.

Xfce is based on GTK+ version 2 (like Gnome 2). One of Xfce's priorities is adherence to standards, specifically those defined by freedesktop.org. This allows Xfce to seamlessly interoperate with programs written for other desktop environments, if these programs follow the specified standards.

Xfce consists of a number of components that together provide the full functionality of a desktop environment. These are packaged separately and you can pick and choose from the available packages to create the best personal work environment.

Font: https://wiki.debian.org//Xfce


Mate, was created in Argentina by Germán Perugorría, known as "Perberos" in the world of Free Software.

It is a desktop environment that continues the legacy of the traditional user experience, while carefully improving and modernizing it where necessary. It has a very interesting customization potential, which allows very attractive interfaces to be achieved; It also has its own efficient and lightweight applications.

It is currently supported by the developers of Linux Mint and Ubuntu, although it is available in the repositories of various GNU/Linux distributions.



Budgie Desktop - Download


Budgie, still young (Budgie v1 was released on February 18, 2014) initially developed for the "Evolve OS Linux" distribution, which later changed its name to Solus (today with an uncertain future), takes the technology of Gnome 3 and GTK. It has a very configurable "panel", in addition to the multi-use panel "RAVEN" located on the right that is displayed by clicking the icon at the end of the normal panel.

When using it for the first time, Budgie Desktop surprises as a robust and reliable desktop, geared towards productivity. An ideal desk for people looking for something simple, functional and useful for working.


KDE Plasma, still called by many users KDE, is one of the oldest desktop environments for GNU/Linux.

It is characterized by its flexibility, a feature that in this case translates into highly customizable, in my opinion so configurable that sometimes it can seem complicated, so even with its classic layout very similar to Windows, I think Cinnamon continues to surpass it as DE of transition from the latter to GNU/Linux.