|Summary||How to create a bootable microSD card to run Ubuntu on your Raspberry Pi|
|Author||Peter Mahnke email@example.com|
In this tutorial, we will walk you through creating a bootable Ubuntu microSD card for your Raspberry Pi .
What you’ll learn
How to create a bootable microSD card to run Ubuntu on your Raspberry Pi
What you’ll need
- A microSD card
- An Ubuntu Server image
- A computer with a microSD card drive
Following these steps will erase any existing content on the removable drive!
On your Ubuntu machine
- Download the Ubuntu image for your device in your
- Insert your microSD card
- Open the “Disks” application and select your microSD card
- In the menu, select “Restore Disk Image…”
- Then in the “Image to Restore” box, select the Ubuntu image file you have downloaded, ending with an
- Then select the “Start Restoring…” button
- When it has finished writing the image, you can eject your removable drive
That’s all folks!
You did it!
Now you can put the microSD card in your Raspberry Pi and boot it up. See the How to install Ubuntu Server on your Raspberry Pi tutorial and learn about booting it up, installing a desktop and installing software from our Snap Store.