Create Bootable Linux Sticks Via LiveUSB 2.5.2

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, LiveUSB is an open-source software that allows the users to easily create bootable Linux USB sticks, by using ISO images from the internet or some stored local. Also, the users can done persistent installs of Ubuntu and Debian systems, so that the added data does not get discarded after reboot.

The latest version available is LiveUSB 2.5.2, which has been recently released, having support for hundreds of Linux distributions.

how to install LiveUSB 2.5.2 on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Pinguy OS, LXLE, Elementary OS, Peppermint Five, Debian, Kwheezy, Crunchbang

In this article I will show you how to install LiveUSB 2.5.2 on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Pinguy OS, LXLE, Elementary OS, Peppermint Five, Debian, Kwheezy, Crunchbang and other Ubuntu and Debian derivative systems.

Installing LiveUSB 2.5.2 on Ubuntu, Debian and derivatives is easy. All you have to do is download the deb package from the project’s page and install it via command-line. I prefer gdebi over dpkg, due to the fact that it also handles dependencies.

How to install LiveUSB 2.5.2 on both 32 bit (i386) and 64 bit (amd64) on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Pinguy OS, LXLE, Elementary OS, Peppermint Five, Debian, Kwheezy, Crunchbang systems:

$ sudo apt-get install gdebi
$ wget download.learnfree.eu/ubuntu-packages/live-usb-install-2.5.2-all.deb
$ sudo gdebi live-usb-install-2.5.2-all.deb

Optional, to remove live-usb-install, do:

$ sudo apt-get remove live-usb-install

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