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I have a virtual machine I'd like to install as real os on my machine.

As I have refit installed on my macbook air (Mac os, windows and ubuntu), I tried the clonezilla methode in order to overwrite my existing linux partition but that caused me a boot problem on linux and windows (I think a partition table problem)

So I wanted to know if there is any way to make a bootable installation usb key from this installation on vm (that configuration have to be deployed on several machine that why I'd like to perform this solution)

Thanks for any idea

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migrated from Apr 6 '13 at 16:55

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you can download installation iso file and use Startup Disk Creator to flash it to your USB key.

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