In a previous article I taught them how to create a booteable usb using UNetbootin to test or install a Linux distro from a Pen Drive, On this new occasion, I wanted to do it visually through a video tutorial so that everyone can see how simple the task can be.
You can also consult this other tutorial to get created one USB booteable with several Linux Live distros, and so on from yourself Pen Drive to be able to select with which distro we booted the system.
If instead of downloading UNetbootin from the official page and use it so we do not need to install on our system, you want to install it as one more program, you just have to open a new terminal and type the following command:
- sudo apt-get install UNetbootin
Remember that we must have the p7zip full installed because UNetbootin works correctly, if you do not have it installed, we will install it with the following line:
- sudo apt-get install p7zip-full
Now we have UNetbootin installed on our system, to open it we just have to go to the Dash of our Ubuntu and type UNetbootin:
Now following the instructions in the video we can create our own USB Booteabland to try Ubuntu without installation,.
This guide is for any Linux distro we like to try, so yes Ubuntu not one of your favorites you can also use UNetbootin to create the USB booteable of your favorite distro.
More information – How to create Live CD from a Linux distro with UNetbootin, How to create bootable USB with various Linux Live distros using Yumi