Make Fedora live bootable USB
The reason behind this post is that I googled a lot for the solution for this problem. Even I mined fedora project website but couldn’t find it directly. At last through Wikipedia page I found the solution.
To create live bootable USB flash memory (Pen Drive) don’t mess up with USB creator software of unknown or unverified developer. Fedora Project itself develop a cross-platform LIVE USB creator, which is cross-platform because it’s written in python. You can run it on any platform on which python is installed. Alternatively it also give executable binary for windows .
If you don’t want to read the complete post, you can directly go to this page and dirty your hand.
Install the live USB creator using package manager by executing the following command.:
yum install liveusb-creator
For other platforms
For other platform e.g Ubuntu you can download source files written in python. I don’t need to say that you must have python installed on your system to execute python source code.
Download the Source code from here.
Steps to use LIVE USB CREATOR on Debian/UBUNTU
1.DOwnload the source code file from above link
2.extract the source code file anywhere
3.Chang the permission of files to executable, if it’s not already.
3. Go to terminal CD to the directory in which LIVE USB CREATOR files are, execute the following command:
sudo python liveusb-creator
4. GUI window will appear, and I know you are smart enough to use the GUI window.
P.S. In my case when I tried to run it, it said extlinux is not installed in my system. So I run it by following command sudo apt-get install extlinux , after which USB LIVE CREATOR run smoothly.
If you are still facing problem, please comment below in the box. I’ll try to figure out your problem.