After looking through the Ubuntu instructions for creating a bootable USB I googled this and it seems like there's a plethora of different ways that one could do this. Here's what I've tried:
- Download the
Ubuntu 14.04.1 desktop 64-bitiso.
- Find a link explaining how to create a bootable ubuntu iso.
dd if=path/to/iso of=/dev/sdd1as per instructions.
- Try to boot. Nothing (blinking cursor, no activity until I hit Ctrl+Alt+Del
- Look for another link, this time telling me to install
- Try to boot, get a Failed to load COM32 file menu.c32. The suggested fix is to look for a file. Checked. Doesn't exist on my system.
- Go and google again. This time I'm told debian ISOs can be copied directly. Maybe Ubuntu isos can be copied in this way? Nope.
- Check instructions on Ubuntu website again. Instructions less than helpful.
- Come here and ask.
Does anyone have a way of creating a bootable Ubuntu USB stick that works with Ubuntu 14.04 and can be used in a