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December 1, 2016

How to Install Peach OSI 16.04 Linux and Review on VMware

Peach OSI 16.04 Linux
Peach OSI 16.04 Linux Installation and Review on VMware

This tutorial shows how to install Peach OSI 16.04 LTS on VMware Workstation step by step. You can also use VMware Player which is free to personal use. This tutorial also helps if you install Peach OSI Linux on physical computer or laptop. This video also shows how to install VMware Tools (Open VM Tools) on Peach OSI Linux for better performance and usability such as Auto-resize Guest Display (Fit Guest Now), Drag-Drop Files and Clipboard sharing features.

Peach OSI 16.04 LTS Installation Steps:

  1. Download Peach OSI 16.04 ISO
  2. Create VM on VMware Workstation/Player
  3. Start Installation
  4. Install VMware Tools (Open VM Tools) in Peach OSI 16.04
  5. Test VMware Tools Features (Fit Guest Now, Drag-Drop File and Clipboard Sharing)
  6. Peach OSI 16.04 Review

Installing Peach OSI 16.04 LTS and Review on VMware

What is Peach OSI Linux?

Peach OSI is an Ubuntu-based Linux distribution featuring the Xfce desktop customised to resemble Apple's OS X user interface. The releases follow Ubuntu's long-term support (LTS) branches. Besides a standard desktop edition, the project also provides more specialist releases for netbooks, Raspberry Pi single-board computers, home theatre systems, as well as a customised build designed for children.
Peach OSI Website:

What is VMware Workstation?

VMware Workstation is a hypervisor that runs on x86-64 computers; it enables users to set up one or more virtual machines (VMs) on a single physical machine, and use them simultaneously along with the actual machine.
VMware Workstation product website:

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