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Are there any GUI ISO to USB tools in Debian?

I mean a way in which I could copy the .iso files to a USB/pen-drive. While I know the dd way intimately, am looking for a tool which a normal/lay user could use via a GUI. I know brasero is used for doing the same to a DVD and would be seeing if brasero can do this for a USB (although know it doesn't), but am looking to see if there is a specialist tool for the job.

If somebody knows a git repo. or something somewhere which is not yet in Debian please point out so I could try the same on my system and also file an RFP for the same in Debian. I am open to compile and build whatever libraries or things are needed to have such a tool in Debian.

Unetbootin is not the answer. See https://www.debian.org/CD/faq/#write-usb for more.

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  • usb-creator-gtk is a tool available for Ubuntu. Pls check this will help – Valarpirai Sep 22 '15 at 5:01
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Try UNetbootin. www.unetbootin.sourceforge.net

  • sorry, that is not the answer, have edited the answer to tell/share why, thank you for attempting though. – shirish Sep 21 '15 at 14:59

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