What's used in here to write Live USB?

In windows 11, since I haven’t had time to install Manjaro, on my new laptop (that I got win11 to see of the hardware is ok) I used the good old Rufus to write Ubuntu&Manjaro

But by the looks of it… Rufus isn’t available on Linux , especially on Manjaro

What’s used to write live USB’s on Manjaro ?

I heard of Unebootin, however I don’t remember anything about it, I think that once upon a time I managed to completely by attempting to write Kaly) a usb pendrive with it, perhaps that’s why I won’t use it


Ventoy - it’s the most useful and versatile software I know of to date.
Available on all platforms as far as I know.


Ventoy and Mintstick are what I use.

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With ventoy, you don’t need to format the disk over and over, you just need to copy the ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files to the USB drive and boot them directly.


Thanks for the answer, never thought that ventoy was so versatile, I found out barely now how it’s supposed to work

I guess that this is what I’ll try to use as soon as I get back to Manjaro

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