How to get your Linux feet wet with UNetbootin

The best way to learn Linux is to use it. A good introductory book will help, but you won’t really learn Linux or become confident in your skills unless you park yourself in front of a Linux system and start typing (and popping windows open, creating files, find your way around the desktop …). And one of the easiest ways to start using Linux — even before you’ve committed hardware to it — is to run Linux in “live” mode. And one of the best ways to run in live mode is to build yourself a bootable USB drive using an excellent tool called UNetbootin.

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