bootable USB stick for Linux
I just joined your forum as a Linux beginner and here is my first question.
I started off making a bootable Linux Mint Cinnamon USB stick in Windows 7, which worked all right.
Then I installed Linux Mint on my laptop.
Unfortunately I overwrote my Windows 7 partition during the Linux Mint installation, so now I have to do everything in Linux (which probably isn't too bad).
To compare different versions of Linux I would like to make a bootable Linux USB stick again, but now I have to do this in Linux itself of course.
I downloaded the relevant ISO file to my laptop and also the program UNetboot, which should be able to generate the live USB stick.
Unfortunately UNetboot does nothing, when I double click it.
Does anybody know how to solve this problem or generate the live USB stick in a different way?
Thanks in advance for your reaction.