I've tried to create a bootable Ubuntu usb stick using the instructions from:
However, upon choosing "install ubuntu" after booring from said stick, there was no option to select the flash drive as the install destination. I was only able to:
- Install Ubuntu on my Laptop's Hard Drive
- Share that drive with my Windows installation
- Choose partitions myself, in which case the to me unfamiliar drive/partition notation had me somewhat confused,
although I was able to make out that my USB Flash Drive was not listed.
What was listed were my SD Card and the Windows Bootloader (I think I got that name wrong there, take it with a grain of salt).
I'd like to be able to know how to install Ubuntu fully onto a USB.
Do I have to have Ubuntu already installed? Is the culprit the flash drive being the drive Ubuntu was running on?