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Thread: ISO to USB

  1. #1
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    ISO to USB

    What Program in the Ubuntu world would you use to burn an ISO that I have sitting on a Hard Drive in my computer, to a USB Thumb Drive plugged into my Computer? It would be nice if could Format the USB Thumb drive also.
    I run Linux Mint 19.2 Lisa Cinnamon and Ubuntu Studio on 1 Hard Drive and Windows 7 Pro on the 2nd of 4 Hard Drives that are in My Desktop Computer
    As for Windows 10, Linux Mint can run Circles around it for reliability and ease of use and updates go

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    Re: ISO to USB

    I personally use `dd`, but I'd not recommend it for anyone (there is no safety net, I've wiped a hdd using it because of a careless typo).

    Instead I'll point you to documentation.
    (if you go into Ubuntu Software, there is software that burns to multiple devices too)

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BurningIsoHowto
    https://tutorials.ubuntu.com/tutoria...ck-on-ubuntu#0
    https://tutorials.ubuntu.com/tutoria...k-on-windows#0
    https://tutorials.ubuntu.com/tutoria...ick-on-macos#0

    and I find always worthwhile, after your write (note: CD refers to any media inc. thumb-drives)
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CDIntegrityCheck

  3. #3
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    Re: ISO to USB

    If you are running Mint, try:

    $ mintstick -m iso

    It's a nice GUI for iso to usb writing.

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    Re: ISO to USB

    Mkusb creates either a Live or Persistent USB that boot either with BIOS or UEFI.
    https://www.debugpoint.com/2019/10/h...tu-linux-mint/

  5. #5
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    Re: ISO to USB

    MintStick also formats USB drives.


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