Linux Hack – How to Make USB Flash Live Disks for Ubuntu/Linux Operating Systems!

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Recently, I’ve been having a blast playing with a bunch of USB flash drives including a Windows 7 USB Flash drive that helped me install Windows 7 on bunch of my friend’s computers.  Of course, I started playing with Linux now, different versions (distros) of Ubuntu.

Of course, along the way, I found this great free software that will quickly let you make a live USB flash drive of any linux distro you like called UNetBootin.

Basically, you download your favorite linux distro, use this software to burn the ISO file to the USB stick and that’s pretty much it.  (and you can go boot that new linux distro)

There’s also two different versions, one for Windows and the other for Linux systems so I don’t see how you can lose with this freeware.   Brilliant.

Also, don’t forget you can use Windows Image Writer to “save” and “restore” your custom USB mods.

2 Responses to Linux Hack – How to Make USB Flash Live Disks for Ubuntu/Linux Operating Systems!

  1. DrinkedIn says:

    This is a great hack.

  2. Charlotte says:

    thank you for sharing this hack. 🙂

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