Make Bootable USB from Linux

How to make bootable USB from Linux. Live USB boot and or install Operating Systems and software from a flash pen drive or micro SD card.

Boot Multiple ISO from USB via GRUB2

Use fdisk  l to locate usb deviceBoot Multiple ISO from USB using GRUB2 from Linux. Here is one way to manually create a Multiboot USB Flash Drive (Multiboot ISOs) from a running Linux environment.

Installing GRUB2 on USB from Linux

Ubuntu Desktop 20.0How to Install Grub2 on USB from Linux to make a BIOS an UEFI bootable USB that can boot on all Machines. In the following tutorial, I'll show you one way of easily installing Grub2 Bootloader to a USB flash drive from an up and running Linux Operating Environment.

Create a Casper-RW Larger than 4GB

GParted   Create a New Ext2 PartitionCreate a Casper-RW Larger than 4GB; The following tutorial will show you one way to create a writable Casper partition on your USB flash drive. The benefit of using a casper-rw partition as opposed to a casper-rw block file is that you can expand your persistent storage beyond 4GB.

MultiSystem Create a MultiBoot USB from Linux

Drag and Drop ISOsHow to create a Multisystem LiveUSB flash drive from Linux: Multisystem is a neat little tool that works similar to the YUMI MultiBootISOs USB boot creator, but was made specifically only for use within Linux. It can be run from within Ubuntu to create a custom Multiboot UFD from the ISO files of your favorite bootable