You may be able to get help on. During the installation follow on-screen instructions to choose Language and Keyboard Layout as per requirement or proceed with default options if no specific requirements are there. Step 5: Install latest version Linux Mint 19. Kappy thanks for quick reply. Boot Camp Driver Open Boot Camp Assistant in the Utilities folder, and download the current Windows Support Software from the Action menu.
Has anyone else had this problem? Today, let's talk about putting Linux on a flash drive. That's all that is required. Didnt install it yet but got to the nice screen and it ask if you want to install. I've done it, and it works. The usb flash drive does show up — but doesnt do much yet -but havent used this tutorial yet. Just tried this on a late 2006 mbp 2.
As you can imagine, our system gets filled with loads of rubbish and we need to clean them regularly so i have created an install from a wiped drive containing everything we need on the drive. I booted from that, and it came up fine. Forget all this refit and refind stuff. Browse other questions tagged or. I always made it with Unetbootin for Windows or Linux. Windows Install Media Download the current install media from the Microsoft website.
Google searching will likely find many more helpful sites. The utility will look for any available drives that include bootable content. Yes it is for advanced users, I am not yet but working that way. I think i know what you are saying though and it is indeed the biggest problem. I have refind installed on mac osx, comes up at boot up prompt — not much of use unless the usb flash goes into action.
In particular, if you have a MacBook Air, which doesn't have an optical drive, then the forums are filled with posts of trying the dd-to-a-partition trick and failing. Maybe I'm not completely sure what you're asking, but after installing the Ubuntu iso v12. If you have suggestions for improvements, please leave your valuable feedback or suggestions as Comment. Once the download is complete, close the browser, go to the download location and run the downloaded executable setup file to install Etcher Software. Login with your password and customize the settings to best suit your requirements. See for an explanation of the difference Longer answer: Ok, I lied above.
Let Google be your friend on this. Reboot with your drive still inserted and presto: Linux should load. Note that this will only work on a drive with 1 partition. Pendrivelinux provides simplified information to make it easy for anyone to install, boot, and run their favorite Linux Distro from a portable flash drive! Warning: Disk Utility needs to be used with caution as selecting the wrong device or partition can result in data loss. I am a student interested in blogging. That probably doesn't help much, but I'm just sharing my experience. I downloaded the software, and installed per instructions.
And because we sometimes have to do this onsite speed is a major issue. Well, I'm sorry I can't help more. But I can't get it to boot on a Mac Intel. Just because Windows is hosed doesn't mean you can't access the files on your hard drive. Am i correct in thinking that the firmware just doesn't allow it or has anyone managed to get this to work? It is a late 2008 model I think. Because for my new job back then , I could choose between a Mac and a Mac.
If you have a newer Mac 64 bit , just remember to use the amd64+mac , not the regular amd64 iso. Shame they haven't tuned it more for the Macbooks by now. I Want to learn which, but I am not in a spot to install it on my Mac, so I I am seeking help to do it on a flash drive. Further, select your region on the World Map to set the time zone. Just to clear that up: Are you suggesting to leave Mint and go with one of the older K Ubuntu distributions, as those worked for you I have been considering that anyways ; or just install K Ubuntu first to have a platform from where to install Mint? Your installation must be kept small enough to fit on the flash drive. Linux distributions that have been running well in Mac are Ubuntu, Fedora, Kali. If you're new to Linux, I recommend choosing Ubuntu--though readers may have other ideas as to which distribution is the most user-friendly.