If you're using Windows 10, you can use Bash On Ubuntu on Windows to get going in an easy way.
Once you have installed Bash on Ubuntu on Windows, simply follow the [Linux
instructions]. You'll also need the
Finally, you'll need an "X server"; this will let us run intermezzOS in a graphical window. Any will do, but we've tried xming and it works well.
Finally, you'll need to run this:
$ export DISPLAY=:0
You can put it in your
~/.bashrc file to have it automatically work on each
Other Windows Versions
I hope to have better instructions for Windows soon; since I don’t have a computer that runs it, I need to figure it out first. If you know how, this would be a great way to contribute.