dd the CLI package has always been around.richb wrote:Live USB Maker creates Live USB thumb drives from MX and antiX isos. It does not usually work for other OS's. That is why dd was added as an option.vamsi wrote:just saw LIVE USB MAKER in MX linux is it also useful to burn iso'srichb wrote:Unetbootin has usually been a failure for me, and many others. And it should remain out of MX default apps in my opinion. Those who want it can always get it from the repos.
However, the new MX live usb maker has an option to run dd via GUI, which will detect the device number for your USB drive, so that you don't accidentally wipe out your hard drive by naming the wrong device in your dd commands in terminal.