Create Bootable Ubuntu Distro in USB

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Hi. I need help on creating a bootable Ubuntu Distributions on my 16GB USB Flash Disk. I tried to make it but I don’t have any luck. I searched online and learned that I can only work it with ISO images. I need to install GRUB2 on my USB and then partition and install various Linux distributions but I am having an error with it. Could anyone please help?

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Create Bootable Ubuntu Distro in USB

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1. First download and Open the Script with Ubuntu's Archive Manager.

2. Extract the install-depot-multiboot.sh Script to your Desktop.

3. Open install-depot-multiboot.sh from desktop and select  "Run inTerminal"

4. Insert your 16GB USB Drive.

5. Launch the Script via Applications > Accessories > MultiBoot.

6. Select USB Device from the list and click Validate

 

7.  Drag and Drop an ISO into the Window to add the Distribution (repeat the process to add more ISOs)

8. Restart your PC, set your boot menu to boot from the USB device and select the Distro you want to Boot. Eventually it will finish.

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Create Bootable Ubuntu Distro in USB

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nInstall Ubuntu to USB via the USB Creator:


To put Ubuntu on USB via the USB Creator (Created by the Ubuntu Team)
Download the Ubuntu 8.10 ISO and burn it to a CD
Restart your computer, booting from the Live CD
Insert a 1GB or larger USB flash drive
Navigate to System > Administration > Create a USB startup disk:


5.Next, (1) Select the USB disk to use, (2) Select the option Stored in reserved extra space and adjust the sider to set capacity to use, (3) Click the Make Startup Disk button:


6.A progress bar will indicate the progress of your USB Ubuntu installation:

7.Once the installation is complete, simply remove the CD, restart your computer and set your boot menu or BIOS to boot from the USB device

If all goes well, you should now be booting from Ubuntu 8.10 on your USB flash drive, automatically saving changes you make to the casper-rw loop file as you go.

Notes: If your BIOS does not support booting from USB, you can make a USB Boot CD for Ubuntu 8.10 to launch your USB Ubuntu 8.10

*Ubuntu is a product of Canonical Ltd

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