Mint Linux 18: Create bootable USB Device to Install Mint Linux or Run Live

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A tutorial on how to create a bootable USB flash (stick) drive to either install Mint 18 or run Mint 13 Live.

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Mint Live:
To Try Mint 18 boot into the USB Drive. The first screen you come to will ask if you want to “Try” or “Install” Mint Linux.

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20 Comments

  1. I'm running Linux Mint 17.3 Rosa, and have an issue with a 45-second delay of accessing and displaying the Desktop after I enter the password. Any idea on how to reduce this delay? Thanks

  2. Quick question, if you want to /always/ use the live boot (instead of dual boot) in order to test out the OS (for a couple of weeks for example), I'm guessing you need to set a persistent file size for storing changes? If so, what is the max/min you need to allocate? Can you just put the slide all the way to the right? Or does that not leave space for the linux mint OS?

  3. I am new with linux mint , i love it , but now i want download another version of Mint , for my brother
    its not easy to see a Tutorial , how download another Mint with mint and make a bootable
    i am freaking out , its harder then o tough , after dumping windows i can not create other bootable
    please if someone knows any video , showing step by step how make a bootable linux mint USB , with a Linux mint PC
    thank you for this video , for me its very hard

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