If you own Intel based Mac, you may want to try booting or even installing Linux or Windows on your Mac. Unfortunately, the new M1 Mac does not support this feature anymore. The only way to go if you want to install Linux or Windows on M1 Mac is via UTM or Parallels Desktop. I will cover this in the next tutorial. So, I assume you have an Intel Mac and you are planning to run on install Ubuntu 22.10 on your Mac.
First, you will need a USB flash disk. Get minimum 4 GB flash drive or bigger because the modern Linux distribution ISO usually getting bigger and bigger in size. Now, we also need to download Balena Etcher. Etcher is a free software that can be used to create Linux or Windows USB installation media. Grab the latest version from the link below.
Open the DMG file you’ve downloaded and then simply drag the BalenaEtche icon to the Applications folder.
Next, we need to download Ubuntu 22.10 ISO. Please visit the Ubuntu official website below to download the Ubuntu version you need.
Create Ubuntu 22.10 USB Installer from a Mac
Watch the following video to create the Ubuntu 22.10 USB installer using Balena Etcher on a Mac.
Now you can use the USB boot disk to boot your Mac or PC and install Ubuntu 22.10 on it.