Garuda Linux, an open-source operating platform, you can use this primarily for white hat hacking and coding. It’s based on Arch Linux, and offers almost identical functions and offerings to the user. The OS provides many GUI tools that allow the user to manage the system and perform regular tasks. Garuda Linux, which is open-source and available in eight environments, is the most popular.
Different Desktop Environments in Garuda Linux
These are the Desktop Environments that provide maximum assistance to the user.
Garuda KDE Plasma
Garuda Linux Gnome
Garuda Linux Cinnamon
Garuda Linux XFCE
Garuda Linux Wayfair
Garuda Linux LXQT-Kwin
Garuda Linux Deepin
Garuda Linux i3WM
Garuda Linux minimum system requirements : 4 GB RAM availability Hard Disk: 30GB Free Space A CPU from a later model than x86_64 that has a minimum of Intel VTX or AMD-V/SVM GPU is not included in the minimum requirements If installing on Virtual Box, a newer version of Virtual Box 6.1.14 is required Garuda Linux recommends the following system requirements : 8 GB RAM availability For best output, 40 GB of free space on Hard Disk A CPU from a later model than x86_64 that has a minimum of Intel VTX or AMD-V/SVM For better functionality, a hardware-accelerated GPU would be recommended If installing on Virtual Box, a newer version of Virtual Box 6.1.14 is required
How to install Garuda Linux?
1. Virtual Box Installation
2. Start the Virtual Box.
3. Click on the “new” button to open a new popup. In the first field, enter the OS name. The system will automatically configure the second field.
4. The third field asks you to enter information about the OS type, which is ‘Linux’. The last field then asks for your OS version. You should enter this as Arch Linux 64.
To make it boot correctly, assign the appropriate memory to the OS.
5. To complete the initial setup, the user must choose the first radio button that is dynamically allocated. The system will then ask you to choose the storage section, and it will set it at 30 GB per recommendation.
Virtual Box allows you to run Garuda Linux with success
6. After successful installation, you will see the main screen of the OS. To run the software, select the Boot option.
A welcome screen appears with several options available to the user. Select the “Install Garuda” option at the bottom.
7. Once the installation begins, the user will need to choose the language they prefer for the OS, and then, select their region and zone.
8. Next, the user must choose the keyboard they want and the language to use.
9. Next, choose the storage device that will be used for the boot.
10. The user will be guided to the end procedure and asked for basic permissions to install the Garuda Linus OS.
Garuda Linux, which has 8 Garuda developers is the second Indian Operation System. Also, It is an Arch Linux-based distro. The OS runs smoothly and is free from bugs.