Etcher is a popular USB flasher app for creating bootable Linux USB drives. Let me show you how to install it and how to use it for making a live Linux disk.
Etcher is an open-source project by Balena to help flash SD cards for Raspberry Pi. In fact we used it in our tutorial on how to install Raspbian OS on a SD Card. .
Not just limited to SD Cards you can also use Etcher to make a bootable USB drive just like we created a live USB of Manjaro in Linux with the help of it.
Ever since its first release Etcher caught the attention for its neat interface and simplicity of use.
In this article I will be focusing on the steps to help you install Etcher on Linux. And then I8217ll also show how to use it. Before I do that let me give you an overview of the features it offers.
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