Create bootable USB in Debian, not need any other software installation. You can use the terminal itself to write the contents of the ISO file into USB. To create a bootable USB in Debian, follow the steps:
Create bootable USB in Debian
1. Prepare your USB and make sure that the storage space is above 4GB
2. Download the ISO file
3. Now, Open terminal and type:
sudo dd if=[path_to_iso] of=[path_to_usb]
sudo dd if=/home/slick/Downloads/debian-7.4.0-amd64-CD-1.iso of=/dev/sdb
Wait for a minute, to complete the writing. If the output look likes this, then you are good to go.
1275904+0 records in
1275904+0 records out
653262848 bytes (653 MB) copied, 17,4742 s, 37,4 MB/s
I hope you understand the procedures very well and this article ‘Create bootable USB in Debian’. Thanks for reading. If you have any doubts, please write them below.