How can I produce a bootable Ubuntu live USB stick using the file: "linux-secure-13.04-64bit.iso". I successfully created a stick with "ubuntu-13.04-desktop-amd64", as this distribution is listed in the USB installer unlike the "linux-secure". Thanks for help!!!!
closed as off-topic by Mateo, RolandiXor♦ Sep 2 '13 at 16:53
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UNetbootin from the Ubuntu Software Center does not work with every ISO, but it does work with a large number of ISO files, including ISO files that are not even listed in UNetbootin's list of compatible distros (where it says == Select Distribution == in the screenshot below). Since your linux-secure-13.04-64bit.iso file is apparently based on Ubuntu, it can probably be made into a live USB using UNetbootin.