Is there a basic linux command line, that does not make use of any 3rd party software, that places a bootable .iso file onto a USB memory stick that is then bootable and will install said linux?
I have the rhel-8.1 iso but it is 7.6gb.
I am out of dual-layer dvd's and would like to use my 32gb USB stick to install rhel-8.1.
Last time I tried which I think was CentOS-7.7 having put that onto USB via my windows10 pc, it booted but I then ran into some sata driver errors during install. And became really frustrated and just went back to dvd which worked.
Looking for a reliable, frustration-free, way to
- plug 32gb usb stick into pc running centos 7.7
- get the rhel-8.1 iso onto that usb stick and have that usb stick bootable
- either by native command line
- or using a free 3rd party software in linux, which i am ok with
- boot a UEFI pc having that bootable usb stick and successfully install rhel 8.1 (or any linux iso) onto a single SSD connected via SATA.