>Sometimes I like taking the latest releases of Fedora Linux for a spin. There aren’t any guides for quickly getting Fedora’s usb creator working on Ubuntu. So I decided to change that.
Download Fedora Alpha here (I strongly suggest using the torrent so it’s verified automatically)
*Note* you could also choose to get a stable version of Fedora, as Alpha can mean the usual, aka data loss, losing access to your Ubuntu drive if you install it, or the network card on your computer becoming permanently made useless, etc.
Get the file: liveusb-creator-3.9.tar.bz2 (140K) (under Source)
Install the following dependencies – which I believe would all be installed by:
Extract the liveusb-creator-**** file. Run with following command:
gksudo “./liveusb-creator –noverify”
Then follow the on-screen instruction. Enjoy testing!
Couple of testing points:
- On initial bootup, just press enter when you see “boot:”
- Just wait when you get to the login screen, it will eventually log you in. Don’t try clicking on anything, it doesn’t seem to like it.