TUTORIAL TO CREATE UBUNTU BOOTABLE PENDRIVE

RUN UBUNTU ON YOUR PC, WITHOUT HAVING TO INSTALL IT, USING JUST A PEN DRIVE

Ubuntu is an open source operating system under the GPL license, from the Linux family, and
developed by Canonical Ltd and the Ubuntu Community. Linux is a family of
open source operating systems, licensed under the GPL v2 and other free source licenses. Linux
is developed by Linux Torvalds and the Linux Community.

1) DOWNLOAD UBUNTU

https://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop

Note: It is recommended to download operating systems using the internet with the
computer connected to the network cable and not over a wifi network.

Recommendation (not mandatory):

After downloading Ubuntu, an ISO image will be obtained and it is recommended that this be verified using a simple procedure called checksum (CHECKSUM), this is a code used to verify the integrity of data transmitted over the Internet. The checksum is done through a program that can be downloaded and installed, depending on your operating system. Checksum programs write a key that you must compare with the key presented on the Ubuntu website.

There are several free programs that perform checksum.

2) CREATE A BOOTABLE USB FLASH DRIVE

2.1) Possessing the Ubuntu
ubuntu-18.04.1-desktop-amd64.iso iso image, for example.
2.2) Download the free RUFUS program and install
https://rufus.akeo.ie/

Rufus is a GNU GPL v3 licensed program, developed by Pete Batard.
2.3) The Rufus program creates a bootable pendrive
2.3.1) Open the Rufus application
2.3.2) Place the pendrive in the computer
2.3.3) In the Rufus configuration fields choose:
Device: Select your pendrive
Boot selection: Browse for the image ubuntu-18.04.1-desktop-amd64.iso
Partition choice: MBR
Target system: BIOS or UEFI
File system: FAT32

ubuntu

press START

Bootable USB stick has been created!

3) USING THE BOOTTABLE PENDRIVE

3.1) Insert the pendrive into the computer
3.2) Restart the computer and enter BIOS mode (pressing F2 or F12, or even DEL)
3.3) In Boot Priority choose the bootable pendrive (the pendrive must be connected to the
machine) or put it lo as a boot priority
3.4) Save and Exit
3.5) Choose the Try or Install option (If you choose the install option, don’t forget
to backup your files)
In the “Try It” option, you can test Ubuntu without changing or delete any file from
your computer. However, in the “Install” option you will delete the files from your computer.
So before doing this, make a backup of your files.

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