1. Download the ISO file and burn it to DVD.
2. Prepare your PC for booting from CD/DVD ROM. Maybe your PC have already this settings applied. If it doesn’t boot from CDROM, then go to BIOS and find option that says something like “Boot order” and select that the first boot device is CD/DVD ROM and second Hard Disk. Save the BIOS options and exit. Now Linux should boot from DVD ROM.
6. Now the disk partitioning have to be made. If you have some old partitions left, remove it all. Remember, this will erase your old data on the disk. Then go back and forward again. And you should see this screen. It will ask you: “Do you want the installer to create a set of partitions for you?” Choose “Yes”.
13. The system will now boot and GRUB prompt will appear. Just leave as it is or press ENTER and system will boot 3.6.10 real-time kernel. Make sure you don’t choose 3.2.0-2-486 kernel. You will see a bunch of messages while Linux operating system is booting.
15. Congratulations! You have installed Linux on your box! Now you can choose which windows you want to use. Click on second icon called sessions and you will have an option to choose between Fluxbox and XFCE. Fluxbox is the window manager for audiophiles. Click on Fluxbox and “Change Session”. Enter your username and press ENTER, then password and press ENTER.
17. In command prompt (don’t be afraid of terminal!) type this without quotes: “sudo adduser lero audio” Wait! Lero is my username, replace it with yours and press ENTER. Don’t mind about security message, type your password and you will be added to audio group. To be sure you have been added to audio group you can enter this command in terminal: “grep audio /etc/group”. If you see your username, it’ OK.
18. That’s it. Now you can enjoy quality music. How to do that look at the playing audio page.