How to install Linux Mint 12 KDE on a btrfs file system
Posted on: 01/17/2012 12:21 AM

LinuxBSDos.com shows you how to install Linux Mint 12 KDE on a btrfs file system

How to install Linux Mint 12 KDE on a btrfs file system


While we are still waiting for Btrfs, the B-tree File System, to be mature enough and be used as the default file system in Linux, it is already possible to install your favorite (Linux) distribution on a Btrfs file system. Linux Mint 12 KDE, a distribution based on Ubuntu Desktop, is one of those.

In this article, the steps required to install it (Linux Mint 12 KDE) on a Btrfs file system, are presented in an easy to follow manner. While the available installation image of this distribution is still a Release Candidate, the installation process will not change when the stable version is released. So this article can be used even with the stable version. (A release candidate was made available for download on Wednesday January 11.)



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