Installing distros on USB sticks with Unetbootin


All told, Unetbootin is not just a convenient piece of software but a pretty mature one, too. However, nothing is perfect. For example, you still might not be able to install certain distributions. As a case in point, in our lab, we had trouble installing the SliTaz operating system, although Puppy Linux, Elive, and a KDE 4 Live version based on openSUSE worked fine. If the automated installation does not work, you can always try downloading the image manually from the web page and following the steps for the manual install.


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