When complete it will be safe to remove the drive and attempt to boot to install elementary OS.
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Most computers will briefly allow you to change the boot order for this boot only by pressing a special key — usually <kbd>F12</kbd>, but sometimes <kbd>Esc</kbd> or another function key. Refer to the screen or your computer's documentation to be sure.
Press <kbd>F12</kbd> (or the appropriate key) and select the install drive—usually &quot;USB-HDD&quot; or something containing the word &quot;USB&quot;, but the wording may vary. If you choose the incorrect drive, your computer will likely continue to boot as normal. Just restart your computer and pick a different drive in that menu.
Shortly after selecting the appropriate boot drive, you should be presented with the elementary OS splash screen. You may now follow the on-screen instructions which will guide you through the rest of the process.
Verify your Download
Verifying your download is an important, but optional step. We generate a checksum (or hash sum) for elementary OS images and we recommend that you verify that your download matches that checksum before trying to install. This ensures that you've received the full, complete download and that your install image is not corrupted in any way.
Running the following command in your Terminal:
Should produce the output:
Note: This is assuming that you have downloaded the .iso file to your Downloads folder.
In case you have downloaded it elsewhere, please specify the correct path to the downloaded file, as shown below
To create an elementary OS install drive on macOS you'll need a USB flash drive that is at least 2 GB in capacity and an app called &quot;Etcher&quot;.
Download Etcher
etcher steps
Insert the spare USB drive, and select the ISO file you've just downloaded.
Open &quot;Etcher&quot; and select your downloaded elementary OS image file using the &quot;Select image&quot; button.
Etcher should automatically detect your USB drive, but check to see if it has selected the correct target.
Start the flashing process by clicking the &quot;Flash!&quot; button. It will take a moment to get started.
When complete it will be safe to remove the drive and attempt to boot to install elementary OS.
The following dialog may appear during the flashing process, it is safe to ignore.
Not readable warning
After you hear the chime, press and hold <kbd>Option</kbd>. Then, select the appropriate boot drive. Note that it may be incorrectly identified as &quot;Windows&quot;, but this is normal.
Boot Errors
If your Mac doesn't recognize your elementary OS USB Install Drive in the boot menu, you may need to create an elementary OS Install DVD instead. To create one, insert a blank DVD, right click on the ISO file in Finder, and select &quot;Burn {#release_filename} to Disc&quot;. When complete, attempt to boot again from the Install DVD.
Running the following command in your terminal:
should produce the output:
You'll need a USB flash drive with at least 2 GB of free space and a program called UNetbootin.
Download UNetbootin
Open UNetbootin from the Dash. It will open a window like the one below:
Select &quot;Diskimage&quot;
Click &quot;…&quot; to select the ISO that you downloaded previously.
Unplug all USB memory devices apart from the one you want to use.
Click &quot;OK&quot; and wait for the process to finish.


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_lang/tr_TR/docs/installation.json, string 49