ubuntu-16.04.3-desktop-amd64.isoHow to convert .iso to .img using Disk
Utility on a mac.
All I did was use Disk Utility, click the .iso file>drag to disk image
section of Disk Utility>click Convert>save with a .dmg. And then burned a
But, I instead of making a dual boot system, I want to burn a persistent USB.
(I had bad luck one time installing ubuntu dual boot with windows. I had
done this several times and was aware of how to do it, etc. Nonetheless,
when I installed ubuntu it erased my windows, so I’m leary of installing a
dual boot on my Mac as I don’t have an install disc for my mac os, and my
HD is a small ssd)
I did this with another USB for my pc computers. I simply used and install
disc to instal ubuntu onto a USB rather than the HD—and easy way to create
a persistent USB. Worked great. But, When I tried installing the mac dmg
version on a USB, I got this error:
“no root system is defined. Correct from partitioning menu” I assume that
is something that I have to do when formatting the usb drive. But I don’t
know how to do it.
Can anyone help me define a root system on the usb drive?