I would like to do a bootable USB stick on Xubuntu. I installed unetbootin, downloaded iso-image but as I tried to create usb-stick, it said

You must first mount the USB drive /dev/sdb3 to a mountpoint. Most distributions will do this automatically after you remove and reinsert the USB drive.

I thought Xubuntu will mount the stick by default.


First create a directory where you would like to mount the USB device, usually something like /mnt/usb, then run the following -

sudo mount /dev/sdb3 /mnt/usb

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