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Pen Drive Linux – Ubuntu 9.10

I was trying to install Ubuntu on my sister’s Netbook ASUS Eee 1005P, only way was to have a USB boot.
Here is how we can create a USB Ubuntu Drive.
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  • Insert a USB stick with at least 2GB of free space 
  • 1GB is fine if you are installing Ubuntu, but 2GB recommended if you are not planning to install but to have Live USB.

  • Download the Universal USB Installer
  • Click ‘Run’ when prompted
    • If the security dialog appears, confirm by clicking ‘Run’
    • Read the licence agreement and choose ‘I Agree’ to continue
    • Select Ubuntu Desktop Edition from the dropdown list
    • Click ‘Browse’ and open the downloaded ISO file

    • Choose the USB drive and click ‘Create’
    Once completed.
    Goto the BIOS and set the USB Harddrive as the first priority (Make sure the USB is connected to the Netbook)
    Images Courtesy Ubuntu site
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