Creating USB Stick with Ubuntu

H agents at
Sat Dec 13 15:09:16 UTC 2014

Good but I wrote that I did not want to use a tool, I want to understand the process.

On December 13, 2014 9:48:00 AM EST, Sarunas Burdulis <sarunas at> wrote:
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>On 12/12/2014 08:25 PM, agents at wrote:
>> Although I have recently begun using Centos I now want to create a
>> Ubuntu USB stick to use when traveling, doing so I have run into
>> The stick is a 64 Gb stick to allow for lots of persistent data on
>it, I
>> created a couple of partitions but cannot get grub to work (I
>> intentionally choose to use grub, not grub2, to gain familiarity with
>> the older version).
>> I followed the instructions
>> at
>> since it seemed to be low-level for me to learn the basics. I made a
>> [...]
>You can use usb-creator-{gtk,kde} to create a bootable USB stick from
>downloaded Live CD image. usb-creator has an option to create
>data partition, which is selected by default.
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