Click on the button for the user who will be logged in by default to the GUI
Attention, you have chosen the root account as default user. You will not be prompted for password verification, even in cases where you are executing high-risked operations that may break your system. This is not recommended for beginners.
Please push on the user button to set the password for this account
You can define advanced booting parameters here. These cheatcodes will affect the way Porteus is configured when it starts up. A Full list of cheatcodes can be find here
Enable a filesystem check for ext and reiserfs partitions during boot time. Some systems may also need the "delay=" cheatcode for this to work properly.
Prevents the system from mounting any devices during startup. Useful for disabling access to your partitions by unprivileged users, as only root has rights to mount internal volumes.
Prevents the system from automatically establishing a network connection on startup. See the link above to learn how to restore network connectivity afterwards.
Set a custom size for the tmpfs partition that is used as the root (/) of your live filesystem when booting without the 'changes=' cheatcode. The default is 60% of available RAM.
Enable the use of zram and set aside the specified percentage of your RAM for this use. zram is a compressed virtual block device inside your RAM that acts as swap.
Execute specified command(s) in runlevel 3 (before logging in to a graphical interface). Use semicolons (;) as command separators with no spaces. If you need to use spaces in the command line, replace them with '~'. For example, 'cliexec=echo~Shutting~power;poweroff' will echo your text with spaces instead of '~'.
Execute specified command(s) in runlevel 4, when the graphical interface is loaded; unlike 'cliexec' this cheatcode can be used to start graphical applications. Use semicolons (;) as command separators with no spaces. If you need to use spaces in the command line, replace them with '~'. Example: 'guiexec=firefox~kernel.org' will open the firefox browser on the 'kernel.org' website.
NOTE : ISO image generated by the wizard will contain Porteus 3.0.
NOTE : Standalone ISOs/modules can be downloaded from dl.porteus.org