Easy installation of Ubuntu on a USB flash drive
Let's talk about how the installation of Ubuntuto the USB flash drive. Why is this done? To ensure that those users who have expressed a desire only to become familiar with Linux, do not clog your hard drive once again, which already has an operating system, for example, Windows, and that before making a final decision not to damage existing computer settings. This applies to those who do not have sufficient experience. That's it in such cases is installing Ubuntu on the USB flash drive.
This process is nothingcomplicated. This is the advantage of this system. And it allows you to work with yourself without the need to install on your computer's hard drive. And you will have quite functional OSes even in this case. If you do not like the installed version for some reason, you can always replace it with another one.
There are quite a lot of popular programs forinstallation of Linux on a flash drive, such as Ubuntu flash and the like. But today I want to discuss with you a program called Unetbootin. She is most like me. Therefore, we will talk about it. To begin, you must download it to your computer. After you complete this step, proceed with the installation. This procedure does not represent anything complicated, and you can easily cope with it. Once the installation is complete, run it.
From this moment, installation will be carried outUbuntu on the USB flash drive. So, after running the utility, select the item called "Disk Image". As you already understood, the installation will be done from the ISO image, which also needs to be downloaded. Pay attention to the Russian version of Linux, which is called Rosinka. Absolutely the whole interface in Russian, executed in excellent design, has quite a wide functionality, and at the same time all this system is quite easy to use. In general, a fairly successful version, which has solid merits and does not have any drawbacks. You will soon see this yourself.
Continues our installation of Ubuntu on the USB flash drive.Select the loaded Linux image with the help of a special button. Also it is worth recalling that if you intend to use your removable drive as a system device on an ongoing basis, select a small amount of disk space on it, which will save all your settings or changes on reboot.
If you have several flash drives connected tocomputer, then assign the one that you will need for Linux. If it is yours, then your car will automatically select it. Next, you need to click on the "OK" button, and the process of installing Linux on your drive will begin, which will take at least five minutes. When it is complete, reboot and activate the BIOS boot from the USB flash drive. All, now you can run Linux on your computer, without sacrificing the main system of Windows and not cluttering up your hard drive again.
I hope you understand this. Next time, let's talk about how the installation of Ubuntu Server from the flash drive. And for today that's all.