Hello, welcome to another Linux Tutorial. Today we are going to show you how to create Ubuntu 17.10 Budgie Edition Bootable Flash Disk. Why we create this tutorial? In case you want to test out the new features on Ubuntu 17.10 Budgie edition but don’t want to mess with your current OS. The best way is to create Live USB. You can run Ubuntu 17.10 Budgie Editions with this bootable flash disk and it won’t touch your current OS.
You will need the following items to create USB bootable disk.
- Ubuntu 17.10 Budgie Edition ISO
- USB Flash Disk 4 GB or more
- Etcher application (Windows)
Steps to create Ubuntu 17.10 Budgie Edition Bootable Flash Disk
Download Ubuntu 17.10 Budgie Edition. Save the ISO file to your download directory.
Select either 32 bit or 64 bit edition.
Next, insert your USB flash disk to any USB port on your computer. Open Etcher application. You can download it from this link if you don’t have it yet.
Click Select Image and then browse to your ISO file. Usually, your USB flash disk will be detected automatically. Click Flash to start the process.
Once finished, boot your computer with the USB Bootable disk and enjoy Ubuntu 17.10 Budgie Edition.
During our test, we don’t have any problem running Ubuntu 17.10 Budgie Edition from a USB Flash disk. We test it on a ThinkPad T420 series, an old laptop.