To install Ubuntu Linux to your computer you will need to create a bootable disk or USB drive to install from. This process involves downloading the Ubuntu iso (installation) file and writing it to a CD or USB stick. If your computer or netbook does not have a CD drive, then USB is the best option. In this video I’ve created a simple tutorial on how to create a bootable USB stick using the free application UNetBootIn. This application can be used on Windows, MAC and Linux. The steps are very straight-forward.
Creating An Ubuntu USB Boot Stick:
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