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The laptop boots on Linux operating system sailing upon 64-bit architecture.

If stuck at login
"[root@localhost root]#"

THEN GOTO BIOS AND change BOOT MODE TO LEGACY
Press the power button to restart again
Press "F2" Key 3-4 times when acer logo shows up
Goto BOOT OPTION TAB
Change Boot Mode : UEFI to LEGACY
Goto Exit and click "Exit Saving Changes"
Now we can install Windows 7,8 or 10 & any other OS

The Acer Aspire ES1-521 (NX.G2KSI.010) is a good laptop which comes in a very affordable budget. One of the good point’s of this laptop is the battery backup which allows the user to get entertained for long hours. Other elements such as massive storage, DVD drive, large display completely makes this laptop worthy, you can go for it.

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]# Пытался гуглить. Почитал и стало плохо. Самое понятное советовали, это то, что нужно в биосе поставить запуск с CD, вткнуть диск с виндой и переустановить. Все сделал в биосе. В ставил купленный диск с лицензионным вин 10, снова перезагрузил ноут. Но ничего не произошло, снова черный экран с теми надписями. Наткнулся на людей, которые говорят типа "зачем тебе виндовс" или "скачай нормальный линукс". О первом и говорить ничего не нужно, а вот, что касается второго, то я не знаю как скачать на "этом" что-либо или запустить что-либо с диска или флешки. Короче, я НИЧЕГО не шарю в линукс, более того первый раз увидел его. Чувствую себя полным идиотом. (Прошу, не пишите что-то типа "отнеси в СЦ" или "сдай туда, где купил". Хотя, если я не смогу ничего сделать, то понесу в СЦ, чего бы не хотелось). Что мне нужно сделать, чтобы поставить винду 10? 3 года Да знаю я про то, как открыть биос и что там делать. Суть в том, что от этого ноль эффекта. Дополнен 3 года назад

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Please help a total newbie (idiot!). I just bought myself a new laptop Acer Aspire ES15 but when it came I realised its sold with Linux Boot Up. Never ever had a laptop that wasn’t Windows or Apple before so I’m totally up the creek without a paddle!

All I want it for is to access the internet only. On reading now about Linux, it sounds like a great thing, with few virus problems, fast speed, etc. etc. so I might just keep it and not stick Windows 10 on it.

All I need to know please is basically how to get this on the internet with an ethernet cable connection. Do I need to install something or type a command?

It just says Linux Boot Up on the invoice so I guess you guys know what my screen looks like when I switch it on. Many many thanks for your help. All the best.

09-25-2017, 03:16 AM #1
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Welcome to LQ. Does it actually have Linux installed on it? (or some bootloader only)
What does the screen look like when you start it up? Do you have a web-link to product/model? I see .cz products sold with this, but I don’t know what it means, sorry. (Other than probably you didn’t pay for M$Win10, fortunately. )

Here’s a book (old, so replace "cd" with "usb"; lookup: .iso to usb)

An interesting read is http://distrowatch.com (any ‘distro’ on your new es15?)
Plus web-searches with words like: Linux beginner gui login first time
https://www.pcworld.com/article/2918. ers-guide.html

09-25-2017, 04:01 AM #2

Hi, thanks so much for your fast reply. I have taken three screenshots.

Basically on pressing its power button, the first screen that flashes up offers two choices on a dropdown menu
It says Linpus linux, then underneath it says create a bootable USB disk

As the bottom of this screen it says Linpus Linus Lite version and if you leave it more than a few seconds it just auto selects the linpus linux.
It shows then another screen at top of which it says INIT: version 2.85 booting
Welcome to Linpus Linux
and lots of text below as it loads
finishing on the third and final screen that says

1997-2016 Linpus Technologies
Acer Linux v2.00.3000 (Linpus Linux LiveCD Edition v9.3 b160715)
[root@localhost /]

Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you so much. As I say, all I need is to be able to connect my ethernet cable for internet research and if this Linux thing is as great as Ive just been reading, it sounds like I won’t miss Microsoft or Apple at all!

09-25-2017, 05:31 AM #3
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Welcome to LinuxQuestions.

I assume you have linpus installed. Last time I saw linpus linux was many years ago and it was replaced shortly after with Ubuntu (EeePC). I assume that a first time script runs to setup your laptop with a user name / password and with a wired ethernet connection I would expect it should just work.

Try typing in the command startx

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Thanks for your reply.

It boots saying Linpus Lite. when I get to the black screen with flashing waiting cursor and type what you suggest startx, it says command not found.

09-25-2017, 08:38 AM #5
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Mm. Sounds like somebody else replaced Windows with Linux, but conveniently ‘forgot’ to mention the fact when advertising it for sale.

With those specs, you’d do better to run a modern, easy-to-use distribution like Linux Mint. Seriously. I have heard of Linpus, but as with michaelk above, it was a long time ago. I’m assuming you’re posting on the site via another machine, yes? What’s that running, if I might ask?

It’s straight-forward to download the Mint ISO from their main website, but as with all new-ish netbooks, there’s no optical drive. so you would need to install it via a USB, using something like Rufus, or UNetbootin.

You can use the above apps to make your USB stick into what’s known as a ‘LiveUSB’; it will boot from the USB, and allow you to try it out before installing; good for discovering whether Mint likes your hardware, for starters. You’ll not need to worry about drivers, etc; it’s all already contained in the Linux ‘kernel’. indeed, at this stage the kernel is probably more than 95% nothing but drivers.

You’ll like Mint. It’s based on Ubuntu, but is rather easier to use and to set-up. And it’s very similar to Windows in terms of using it.

I would recommend my own favourite, Puppy, but it’s considered a wee bit ‘odd’ even by Linux standards. and it’s really intended for keeping very old hardware productive & useful. You’ve got a modern machine there, so you might as well enjoy using it!

Just my tuppence-worth.

Mike.

09-25-2017, 09:36 AM #6

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