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Another possible solution is to use Ventoy. Directly from the tool description: Ventoy is an open source tool to create bootable USB drive for ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files. With ventoy, you don't need to format the disk over and over, you just need to copy the image files to the USB drive and boot it. You can copy many iso files at a time and ventoy will ...


Simple Hand Made Persistent USB If you like learning experiences, you can create a multi partition, persistent USB that can install Ubuntu, from scratch. Boot Installed Ubuntu or Live USB. Insert Target USB. Start GParted. Create a GPT partition table on Target USB. Create a 1MB BIOS boot partition on the left, formatted as unformatted. Add a 300MB FAT32 ...


Partition the pendrive as you like, giving space for the ISO image in a FAT partition, the first one. Run lsblk to identify which device is your pendrive, i.e /dev/sdb, being the first partition the FAT one, i.e /dev/sdb1. Mount it, i.e /media/user/PENDRIVE Mark this partition as bootable, you can do this from Disks utility. Run these commands: WARNING! ...


Shutdown Ubuntu running a live session from the USB by clicking the ⏻ icon in the upper right corner of the desktop. From the ⏻ menu select Poweroff / Log Out -> Poweroff -> In the Poweroff window that pops up click Poweroff button. Shutting down the USB Ubuntu live session will also power off the computer. Then you can safely remove the Ubuntu live ...


I had a similar issue with my laptop which I solved by changing one BIOS setting. In BIOS System Configuration set Sata Operation to "AHCI".


mkusb tool worked for me. this is how I installed it: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mkusb/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install mkusb mkusb-nox usb-pack-efi


In this image, you can see that the grub only recognizes my ubuntu partition Grub only knows about boot devices with bootable operating systems that it's been told about. Booting from the USB device is a function of your machine's BIOS. Normally this is done with a key press on boot but it varies between machines. It might be Esc, Del, F2, F8, F10, F12 or ...


try this with, let me know if it is working for you.


I'm having a similar problem on Ubuntu 20.04. It seems that recently a bug was introduced in GNOME that causes this, it's being investigated in If you're using GNOME, I'm positive that your issues are caused by this bug as well. A quick workaround is to restart the shell after plugging in the external ...

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