install gparted-live on usbstick with unetbootin [debian]

this instruction is outdated, better use:

install mtools:
sudo apt-get install mtools -y

download unetbootin-linux:
mkdir unetbootin
cd unetbootin
chmod +x ./unetbootin-linux*

useage unetbootin:
download an image you want to burn onto your usb stick
for example

run unetbootin(needs root password not user password):


to boot from stick:
open bootloader (I was pressing F2 while booting)
go to boot
go to advanced
go to bootdrive order
move your usbstick to top


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