How to Run Linux Mint from a USB Flash Drive

You’ll need:


  1. Run Disk Imager
  2. Click on the blue folder icon to select the Mint Linux .iso file
  3. Display all file by selecting *.* instead of *.img;*.IMG
  4. Click “Save”
  5. Select the USB flash drive in the Device section
  6. Click “Write”

That’s it.. now you have a bootable Linux Mint on your USB flash drive.


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