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Burn images to SD card/USB drive using GNOME Disks


WARNING: This action will wipe all data on your SD Card/USB drive!
  • Open GNOME Disks and navigate to your USB drive:

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  • Then press the menu button (in the upper right corner) and choose Restore Disk Image. A pop-out window with option to choose which image will open:

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  • After you press Start Restoring it will ask you for your password. Wait until it finishes and your image is written on your USB drive.
NOTE: You can also do this using Etcher or using dd command in Terminal.
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