I have an ISO file that I need to make a bootable USB drive with... but I don't know of any apps native to openSUSE that can do this... can someone please tell me what I might use, and how?
on 03/08/2010 – Made popular on 03/08/2010
I'm trying to make a bootable installation USB drive. I've tried usb-creator-gtk, and it starts working only to fail with a segmentation fault, leaving a non-bootable drive. I've tried "unetbootin", and it makes a bootable drive that cannot even begin an installation successfully.
I have a netbook that I would like to start using agan and and need to reinstall things (I think an update broke a bunch and it is faster to rebuild vs figuring it out. Anyways I have my Macbook Air that I would like to create a bootable usb drive on it to install Linux on my Netbook.
Most of the steps that I've found googling are for installing Ubuntu on a Mac, which is not what I want to do.
This tutorial will explain how to make bootable installer usb flash drive for ubuntu server 12.10 in ubuntu desktop. In order to make a Bootable Ubuntu Server USB Stick you will need:A USB drive with at least 700 MB in size, Ubuntu Server 12.10 ISO image.