Previously I used “unetbootin“ to do such thing. However today I find it doesn’t work since my USB drive doesn’t show up in the “USB Drive” dropdown list. So I want to find a Linux command which can do the same thing. I find this and here is how to do it.
# 1. Check the USB drive device name. In my case it's "/dev/sdc",
Done. Very simple, right?
Here is the command to format a USB drive after the installation is over and you want to use it as a normal USB drive(from here):
sudo umount /dev/sdc1
Updated on “2020-02-14”.
Today I’m writting an Ubuntu ISO image into an USB drive on Mac OS. Here are the instructions(from here):
# Plug the USB drive in Mac and use the following command to check the device identifier.