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    Re: Wiping write protected USB

    yancek sees something that I had already moved passed. ISO files are ISO9660 standard read-only images of a CDROM/DVD. They are readonly and always will be. That's what an ISO is. The file system...
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    Re: Wiping write protected USB

    +1 for mkusb.

    I've used it a few times for multi-boot with a little storage outside the ISO and "persistent" areas for data storage. I think it was multi-boot, but don't quote me on that. The...
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    Re: Wiping write protected USB

    Not all USB flash drives are supported by every USB controller on every computer. I have a number of USB flash drives with different Linux installers that work on 3 of my computers, but not the...
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