This question is somewhat related to the previous question I asked regarding the
dd command, The dd command isn't appear to accomplish anything.
I'm trying to burn the Ubuntu operating system onto a USB flash drive, so that I can boot from it. Currently I'm getting this output like this when I attempt the burn:
dd: reading `ubuntu-14.04.3-desktop-i386.iso': Input/output error 1280+0 records in 1280+0 records out 655360 bytes (655 kB) copied, 0.04214 s, xx.x MB/s
For reference, I'm running the following command:
sudo dd if=ubuntu-14.04.3-desktop-i386.iso of=/dev/sda1
- I know that
/dev/sda1is my USB stick.
- I'm running this on a Raspberry Pi, running the Debian distribution.