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So you have your ISO downloaded and you’re ready to kick start your Linux experience. Well, let’s start by making that Linux bootable on a USB. If you don’t have an ISO yet, see what we recommend for beginners here.
First, you will need a USB with at least 4gb – This covers the size of nearly all Linux Distros they are normally 2gb or below in space but its best practice to plan ahead and have a bit more space than needed. Get a USB here.