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As Arch user said in the comments, the most straightforward way to write a bootable ISO to an USB drive is to dd the image to the drive. First triple-check to which block device your USB drive is currently mapped to: lsblk Than dd the image to the USB drive. For example if your USB drive happens to be mapped to /dev/sdb: sudo dd if=/path/to/image ...


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I found what maybe a solution to the issue at http://positon.org/lenovo-thinkpad-bios-update-with-linux-and-usb You should use a little script named geteltorito to get the .img from the iso and simply plop it on the drive. cd /tmp/ wget http://userpages.uni-koblenz.de/~krienke/ftp/noarch/geteltorito/geteltorito chmod +x geteltorito ./geteltorito -o ...



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