Create a USB bootable device from an image file easily and securely.
Because of its reliance on GNU and POSIX tools, bootiso primarly targets GNU/Linux systems.
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|Arch Linux (AUR)||https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/bootiso/|
See it in action
-p) gives you details about ISO boot capabilities and list available USB drives.
-y) bypass prompting the user for overwritting USB device, and
-a) allow automatic selection of USB device when exactly one device is connected in combination with
No-USB device failure
In the below example, the selected device with
-d) flag is not connected through USB and
- On Fedora, set
- Take a look at the by-distribution dependency table to make sure you have all required dependencies installed.
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