Create Bootable Ubunbu Live USB is easily in Mac and Windows if you use a tool named UNetbootin. This is important for using Ubuntu for Private Cloud bare metal. Previously we published another guide to Create Bootable Ubunbu Live USB is easily in Mac and Windows that supports Virtualization too. But this method to Create Bootable Ubunbu Live USB With UNetbootin is important for creating a stable version of Ubuntu live for Private Cloud bare metal. You can use nightly build of Ubuntu as well. Most important, this works for Windows, Linux and Mac.
Create Bootable Ubunbu Live USB With UNetbootin : Our SATA HDD Method for Stable Bare Metal
You can Create Bootable Ubunbu Live USB with SATA Hard Disk too. But as SATA is a bit different (that is obvious) than USB Drive you have to follow this specific guide. However this method to create bootable Ubunbu Live USB for Bare Metal Purpose is not at all bad. The linked one uses Universal USB Installer. There is another method to run Ubuntu but that is not Live, but gets install within Windows. This is also very stable and clean method.
Create Bootable Ubunbu Live USB With UNetbootin For Mac or Windows
You can download UNetbootin for any of the three OS from here :
Create Bootable Ubunbu Live USB With UNetbootin : Steps
Steps are very very easy. If you double click the exe file of UNetbootin, you will get this Window :
This a compiled multi step screenshot to Create Bootable Ubunbu Live USB With UNetbootin For Mac or Windows. The number on the screenshot corresponds to the number on the list below :
- Select Distribution
- Select Linux Distro
- Select the Version
- If you have the ISO, Click Disk Image and Locate the ISO file, else it will download from Internet
- Select the Drive Letter corresponding to your Pen Drive (Where You Want To Create Bootable Ubunbu Live USB)
- Click OK.
Wait for few minutes and reboot, select USB as device and you will be on Live Ubuntu.
The reason to mention so many methods to Create Bootable Ubunbu Live USB through various articles is – not all works for all Linux Distro (usually for the Nightly Builds).