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  Unetbootin make use U disk loading Linux system
  Add Date : 2017-08-31      
  Maybe you heard of Linux and it's a little curious, and finally want practical experience, but may not know where to start.

Most likely you have already searched for some information on the Internet, and then encounter something like twin systems and virtual machines such words. They may be too specialized for you, so you will not just to try Linux at the expense of operating system you are using. Then how are we to do?

If you happen to have on hand a U disk, then you can try to make a USB Linux boot disk. It contains an entire operating system and can boot directly boot U disk. Create it does not need any technical expertise, let's look at how to do, and how to enter the Linux system boot from USB.

You need to prepare

In addition to a desktop or laptop computer, you also need:

A blank U disk - best to have 4GB capacity or more.
You want to try a Linux distribution ISO image (s packaged up all the contents of the disk archive). It will be described in detail.
Called Unetbootin application, it is an open source, cross-platform tool, used to create a USB startup disk. It does not need to start running Linux. In the following tutorial, I was on a MacBook running Unetbootiin (LCTT Annotation: It also has Windows and Linux versions).
Start work

The U disk into your computer's USB port, then start Unetbootin. Then you will be asked to enter the login password of the computer.

Remember the previously mentioned ISO image file? There are two ways to obtain: either downloaded from your own you want to try Linux distribution sites, or let Unetbootin help you download. If you choose the latter, at the top of the window, click to select release, select the release you want to download, and then click Select to choose the version you want to try the release version.

Alternatively, you can also download their release. Usually, I would like to try Linux distributions are not in the list. If you choose to download, then click on the disk image, then click the button to select your downloaded .iso file.

Space saving files after the notice the following options aside every restart (valid only Ubuntu) do? If you try the Ubuntu or any of its derivative version (such as Lubuntu or Xubuntu), you can stay on a few M U disk space to save the file, such as a document or Web bookmarks you create yourself. When using the U disk next time you start Ubuntu, you can continue to use these files.

After loading the good ISO image, click OK. Unetbootin takes less than 10 minutes to create a USB startup disk.

Inspection USB Startup Disk

This time, you need to embrace your own inner geek spirit. This is not too difficult, but you will need to enter the BIOS to peek inside your computer space. Your computer's BIOS can load a variety of hardware, operating system and computer control of the boot or start.

BIOS usually in that order Search operating system (or similar sequence): hard disk, then CD / DVD drive, and external storage devices. You need to adjust the order, so that the external storage device (in this case, refers to your U disk boot disk) became the first BIOS searches devices.

To do this, the U disk into the computer and then restart the computer. After seeing the message Press F2 to enter setup after, according to its requirements to do so. On some computers, this may be the key F10.

In the BIOS, use the right arrow keys on the keyboard to switch to the Boot menu. Then you will see a list of drives on your computer. Use the down arrow keys on the keyboard to select the name for the USB HDD option and press F6 to move the option to the top of the list.

When finished, press F10 to save the changes. Then you will be kicked out from the BIOS, and the computer will start their own. Wait a little while, you will see that you are trying Linux distributions start menu. Select Run without installing (or the most similar option).

After entering the desktop, you can connect to a wireless or wired network, look at web pages, try the preinstalled software. You can also see, for example, your printer or scanner is able to work under you try this release. If you really take things too hard, you can also touch at the command line.

You can do

Depending on the speed you try Linux distribution and U disk you use, the operating system may take a long time to load, and probably than mounted directly onto the hard drive will slow down.

Also, you can only run Linux distribution pre-installed in the basic software. Usually a web browser, a word processor, a text editor, a media player, a photo viewer, and a set of utilities. These should be enough to give you the feeling of using Linux.

If you decide to use Linux, you can double-click the installer to install from the U disk to the hard disk.
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