One answer here indicates that Ubuntu
.iso s are not expected to boot if copied with
dd to a USB thumb drive.
Why do some Linux distributions have the option to directly write their bootable
.iso file to a thumb drive with
dd, but others (Ubuntu?) do not?
In Ubuntu I think it has to be converted to
.img first. Is this true?
Is it for some architectural difference in
.isos? Or is it due to any limitation of
I don't know if it is off-topic here. I can move it to a more proper place if the community thinks so or suggests one. Some explanation would be appreciable.