If you've ever tried to boot Linux from a USB drive on a Mac, then you probably know that it is a difficult and often impossible process. Many distributions simply cannot boot using UEFI, the boot firmware that Intel Macs use, and others have such poor support that it is next to impossible to use them. Have no fear - Mac Linux USB Loader is here! Mac Linux USB Loader can create bootable USB drives of a Linux distribution which can boot on Intel Macs. It is available in English, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, and Greek. For information on the supported languages, or if you want to help translate, please see here.
Some Key Features
Mac Linux USB Loader has a number of key features:
Non-Destructive Install: your USB drive is not formatted as long as it has a FAT32 filesystem.
Supports mainstream Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Zorin, and more
Includes persistence support for Ubuntu-based distributions (for instructions on how to set it up, see this link)
Automatically detects all removable devices
Docs & Support
Sources of help for Mac Linux USB Loader are plentiful. Some sources include: