On 04/17/2016 12:52 PM, Timothy Murphy wrote:
Joe Zeff wrote:
>> I normally use the LiveUSB Creator to get a live OS on a USB stick.
>> But as I said, this usually takes me a couple of tries,
> You might try using unetbootin instead.
I prefer to try Fedora programs first.
Understood, but there are times when you don't have a choice, and it's
possible that this might be one of them.
> Among other things, you can use
> it for .iso files that aren't from Fedora.
I've used LiveUSB Creator (on a Fedora laptop)
to transfer CentOS LiveCD to a USB stick.
OK, make that "aren't for a RedHat based distro" if you prefer. I do
know, from experience, that LiveUSB Creator won't let you make a
bootable flash drive from an Ubuntu-based .iso.