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You can use a software (rufus, uui etc) for starters. This software will "burn" the iso file on the disk creating some sort of simulation to an actual OS CD. Then, you restart the computer and press a key to take you to booting options. On the menu there, you change the preferences to boot from the disk containing the iso file and continue the booting ...


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For those who use Thunar file manager on linux and want easy and fast solution: Open thunar --> Edit --> Configure custom actions... Create new item: Name: Extract ISO here Description: Extracts ISO file Command: xfce4-terminal -e "7z x %f" Open tab Appearance Conditions Prefix: *.iso Select only Other files checkbox Save it and you are ready to ...


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Like Peschke said, you need to make it bootable. If you have access to a GUI, try Gnome Disks. Fire it up, click on your USB Flash Drive on the left panel, and in the right panel, underneath the partition map, click the small gears icon. Click "Edit Partition", and check the checkmark next to the word "Bootable". It will probably ask you for your password, ...


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Generaly yes, but you neeed more that one partion on the pendrive. I assume your pendrive is found as /dev/sdb: create 8 MiB empty unformated partion sdb1 (this is the place grub2 gos later, may have to be removed later, didn't found information about that detail) create a 100 MiB FAT32 (vfat) Partition Label EFI sdb2 (this is the ESP parition where the ...



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