Command to write ISO to USB stick
Using wget we may directly download and write a Linux ISO file to a USB stick that will be bootable.
Here is the command to use:
wget -O /dev/sde https://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/current/eoan-desktop-amd64.iso
But first, confirm which device is your connected USB stick with:
lsblk. It is likely the last one listed such as sde with a matching SIZE property.
Command to write an ISO file to a USB stick
We may use the dd command to copy an ISO file to a USB stick. First, identify the USB device as described above. Then specify the input and output files and type the command as follows:
dd bs=1M if=path-to-image-file.iso of=/dev/sdx
bsis the block size which is what size chunks of data we decide to write at a time.
ifis the input file
ofis the output file path to the USB drive
This command takes a while to run, so give it time to transfer the data. If you want to see the progress add: