Youll have to replace the /dev/diskN with the device node that you got from step.
The first thing to do to create the portable Ubuntu USB installer using Macs Terminal command line is to make the process easier by moving the UNR installer file to the highest position of the folder structure and then changing the name to something shorter.Basically, you have to get.IMG version of the Ubuntu installer (UNR is already in IMG format and then convert it to the USB drive.Compare the result and youll have the device node assigned to your flash media.As naive as it sounds, some people still think that you can just copy and paste the content of the CD to the USB drive and boot the machine with.Thats why my first quest is to find out how patch ets 2 1.8.2 to transfer the installation ability of the CD to USB as a portable Ubuntu installer the Mac way of course.It was a good deal actually and I love the machine.
Then select your flash drive in the bottom row and click 'OK'.
Press alt/option key while the Mac is restarting to choose the USB stick to try or install Ubuntu.
Unplug your USB drive.The program is very fast.From the picture above you can see that the device node assigned for my USB flash drive is " /dev/disk1 " (sans" type : sudo dd if/path/to/g of/dev/diskN bs1m in the Terminal and hit Enter.Every manufacturer might have different settings for this booting menu, so please refer to your machines documentation.The Ubuntu site has a page describing how to create the USB installer.Ubuntu users has their own Ubuntu ImageWriter.During the booting process, I press the F10 button to go into the booting option, choose to boot from the USB drive, e prince and princess live happily ever after.Click start, a mesage will appear saying that all of you usb data will be deleted and the usb formatted.