Easily Run Ubuntu from USB Flash Drive with Persistence, using Yumi on Windows; In the following segment, I show you how to Create an Ubuntu bootable USB flash drive from within Windows. Once finished, you should be able to successfully run Ubuntu from USB just as you could from a CD. You might also use the flash drive to Install Ubuntu from USB to a Hard Drive. Here we will also utilize the popular Ubuntu casper-rw persistence feature. So that you can persistently save and restore your changes on subsequent boots.
Ubuntu is a distribution offered by Canonical Ltd. It was originally based upon and derived from Debian Linux. Having been improved upon, remixed and remastered over time this Open Source Operating System is amongst the most well known of Linux distributions. It is used the World over by many, and is Loved by almost everyone who uses it.
Ubuntu running from a Bootable USB
Distribution Home Page: Project Homepage
Persistence Feature: Yes
Ubuntu Bootable USB Creation Essentials:
- Windows 11, 10, 8, 7
- Ubuntu Live ISO
- USB flash drive
- YUMI Multiboot USB Tool to make the Ubuntu Bootable USB
How to Run Ubuntu from USB with Persistence using YUMI
- Download and launch the -> YUMI Multiboot USB creation software.
- (1) Select your Flash Drive from the drop list.
- (2) Next, choose Ubuntu for distribution.
- (3) Browse to your Ubuntu ISO.
- (4) Optionally, set a persistent file size for storing changes, and then Click Create.
- Once the YUMI script has finished, restart your PC and set your BIOS or Boot Menu to boot from the USB device. Save your changes and then reboot.
You should now be booting from your own personal Ubuntu Live USB. Moreover, you should also be able to use the flash drive to Install Ubuntu from USB to a Hard Drive.