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This did not resolve until this answer was written, but the main purpose of me using unetbootin was to make a Windows bootable, which can be done using winusb. To install winusb: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:colingille/freshlight sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install winusb It has a very intuitive UI, so making a windows bootable shouldn't be hard.
Try to make your usb bootable using Universal USB Installer and try again.
The short answer: Live refers to a system you can boot from CD/DVD or USB. Net-install installs the system on your hard-drive and it checks for updates for certain packages. Changes to the system are permanent. HdMedia means installing directly from the HDD, by booting the ISO.
Derp, it's right there in the interface: The Live version allows for booting in Live mode, from which the installer can optionally be launched. The NetInstall version allows for installation over FTP, and can install Kubuntu and other official Ubuntu derivatives. If you would like to use a pre-downloaded alternate (not desktop) install iso, use the HdMedia ...
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