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1. Install *GNOME Disks*.

   - If you are using the GNOME desktop environment, *GNOME Disks* should be
     installed by default.

   - Otherwise, install the `gnome-disk-utility` package using the
     usual installation method of your Linux distribution.

1. Start *GNOME Disks*.

1. Plug the first USB stick in the computer.

   A new drive appears in the left pane. Click on it.

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1. Click on the [[!img lib/emblem-system.png alt="System" class="symbolic" link="no"]]
   button and choose **Restore Disk Image…**.

1. In the **Restore Disk Image** dialog, click on the file selector button and
   choose the ISO image that you downloaded earlier.

1. Click on the **Start Restoring…** button.

1. In the confirmation dialog click **Restore**.
   The installation takes a few minutes.

1. After the installation is finished, click on the
   [[!img lib/media-eject.png alt="Eject" class="symbolic" link="no"]] button.

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