Hi guys, i´m trying to create a USB bootable disk to install Ubuntu server in another pc but i cant find the utility that i always use…Suse create disks or something like that…it cames with Manjaro but it seem was removed on some update…Can anyone help me??? Thanks by the way…I´m using Manjaro Gnome
Try with “multiwriter”. (gnome-multi-writer)
There are some of them, personally I use ventoy, also you have etcher or even you can flash the iso with de
Both apps are in the repos
You can always use the command line…
This is a tutorial how to write an ISO file correctly to an USB stick.
Download the ISO and the checksum file.
First, verify the checksum:
sha1sum -c manjaro.iso.sha1
It should print a line which says “OK”.
If it’s not okay, it might be a bad download, so download it again.
Print out the checksum, we’ll need it later on:
Plug in your USB stick.
Check the device name it got assoc…
It’s still in the repository. It’s called
Thanks…thats the way i always use…
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