Create Ubuntu 9.10 Live Bootable USB Drive from Windows
Ubuntu is most popular Linux distribution for the Desktop/Netbooks, claiming approximately 30% of Linux installations. Recently Canonical released Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala), on 29 October 2009 and is Canonicals eleventh release of the distribution and will be supported until April 2011. The desktop installation of Ubuntu 9.10 includes, among other programs, GIMP 2.6, GNOME 2.28, Mozilla Firefox 3.5, Open Office.org 3.1, Linux 2.6.31, X.Org 7.5 and Empathy Instant Messenger instead of Pidgin. The default file system is ext4. By the following tutorial, you'll be able to install Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala)to a USB Flash Drive using a Windows PC to perform the install. Once you complete the process you can install and boot Ubuntu 9.10 from your portable device. As usual the tool is created by the pendrivelinux team.
Ubuntu 9.10 Live USB Flash Drive :
- Download Here or Here and launch u9.10p.exe, extracting to your PC. A U910pfolder is automatically created
- Place the Ubuntu 9.10 ISO in the U910p folder on your computer
- From the U910p folder on your PC, click U910.bat and follow the on screen instructions
4. Once the script has finished, restart your PC and set your BIOS or Boot Menu to boot from the USB device, save your changes and reboot