I paid for, and downloaded, a copy of the elementary image file, but during the process of creating a bootable USB, I discovered that I needed to be root user and that the .iso had to be in the root directory.
I am using Ubuntu 20.04, which creates me as a non-privileged user. Inadvertantly, I deleted the elementary .iso using the Command Line Interface (CLI), thinking I could find it in the the Trash bin and move it to the root user account (foolish, I know); I cannot and the .iso file is now irretrievable.
As deserving as elementaryos is, I would rather not pay again (I didn't check the 'remember me' box); so, is there a way I can re-download a copy, having already paid for one?
Also, the installation of Unebootin requires the user (me) to be root in order to install and run the program. When I did run the program and tried to select the .iso file, I could not navigate from '/' (root) in order to make selection. It is proving difficult to install the operating system, particularly as, Unebootin has not updated its procedure for download and installation. Here, I would also appreciate some help.