Monday, September 9, 2013

Creating a Bootable Ubuntu USB Drive

One of the most useful tools to have on a USB drive can be operating system install files.

Plug in the (larger-than-2GB) USB drive and back up its contents (unless you don't care).

Begin downloading this .iso from the official Ubuntu source.

If in Linux run in terminal:

sudo apt-get install usb-creator-gtk

(In Windows, install a USB OS boot tool from online)

Once all files are ready, run the usb-creator and load the .iso and the USB drive should be ready for use.

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