On Sun, Apr 17, 2016 at 1:54 PM, Timothy Murphy <gayleard(a)eircom.net> wrote:
Samuel Sieb wrote:
>> The basic assumption seems to be that most people will burn a CD or DVD.
>> Is that true any more?
> I think there's an expectation now that people won't be burning it to CD
> or DVD. That's why the size limits on the live images have been relaxed.
If that is the expectation, surely it would be more logical
to provide something that could be installed directly on a USB stick?
Or is that impossible?
All ISOs provided by the Fedora Project, for all products and spins,
can be directly written to a USB. The x86_64 versions in particular
are capable of booting Macs, and computers with either UEFI or BIOS
firmware when directly written to the stick with a block copy (i.e.
dd) or when burned to optical media.