But most Linux distributions—like Ubuntu—only offer an ISO disc image file for download.
You’ll need to download an ISO file to do this—we’re going to use Ubuntu in our example, but this should work for quite a few different Linux distributions.
Head to Ubuntu’s download page and download the version of Ubuntu you want—either the stable “Long Term Service” release or the current release.
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Search the Distro Watch database for distributions using a particular package.
Click the “Device” box in Rufus and ensure your connected drive is selected.