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installing unetbootin in LMDE3

Posted: Wed Oct 31, 2018 8:16 pm
by tlcmd
Would appreciate into as to how to install unetbootin onto LMDE3. There are so many files to choose from once it is downladed into the "downloads" folder that I need a guide to help that install. Would appreciate some instructions.


Re: installing unetbootin in LMDE3

Posted: Wed Oct 31, 2018 8:28 pm
by ajgringo619
I'm assuming you downloaded this, correct? ... 64-661.bin
If so, do the following:

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cd ~/Downloads #or wherever you downloaded it
chmod +x ./unetbootin-linux64-661.bin
sudo ./unetbootin-linux64-661.bin

Re: installing unetbootin in LMDE3

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 7:45 am
by tlcmd
Thanks for the reply. I have not done that and will try it tomorrow or Monday as I am covered up today. I am interested in trying a rolling distro and have 700 Gigs of free space on my HDD. The rest of mt 2TB are partitioned to Windows 10 (which I rarely use) and LMDE3 (Cindy) which is not as friendly to me as was LMDE2 Mate. Looking at Arch, Manjaro, PCLinuxOS, and Void. Any suggestions for a rolling distro would be appreciated and seriously considered. At age 78, I am reluctant to switch to Mint 19 since I don't know how well my neurons will be working at age 83. A good rolling distro would make changing Linux OS's unnecessary (at this point). Looks like I need a new copy of the Linux Bible.