How to create live bootable USB via terminal in Linux
In terminal we will use dd command for creating a live bootable usb. 1st of all, lets find out our usb device.
sudo fdisk -l
That will list down your storage devices.
NOTE: Before doing this, please backup your files from the usb as it will erase the device.
Now type the following command while changing the paths:
dd if=/path/to/iso-file of=/dev/sdc
bs can be added to the end of the command,
dd if=/path/to/iso-file of=/dev/sdc bs=2048
Remember to not include the integer for the device, as it is representing the partition like sdc1 or sdc2 etc. Just use the device name like