Ubuntu LTS Image(with Intel Elkhart Lake) It will guide you through the steps to install Ubuntu Desktop on your system. Windows Host Users Linux Host Users Windows Host You can download an latest IoT version of Ubuntu image by click here. Create a Bootable USB stick To install Ubuntu Desktop, you need to write your downloaded ISO to a USB stick to create the installation media. you’ll use rufus to download and Install tool: click here to see the steps. Boot from USB flash drive Insert the USB flash drive into the targeted device and boot or restart the device. It should recognize the installation media automatically. If not, try holding F10 during start-up and selecting the USB device from the system-specific boot menu. also go here to see how to boot from USB drive. You should now see the welcome screen inviting you to either try or install Ubuntu. Installation Setup Next, you will be prompted to choose the settings you need and follow up the installation guideline until it is complete. Linux Host You can download an Ubuntu image click here. Copy the prebuilt bootable Ubuntu image to the working directory on your development host. Insert an empty USB drive into the development host and enter the following command to copy the .iso to the USB drive. Warning: Make sure you first properly identify the USB device name as for example (/dev/sdb or /dev/sdc) by using “gparted”. Data loss may result if written into the wrong device or in the worst case you kill your hosts OS. sudo dd if=[your image].img of=/dev/sd[x] After dd has completed, enter the following command: sync Note: You can also flash Ubuntu, Debian, Yocto and Android images using Linux host, but make sure, you type the correct image format in your dd command.