How To Create An ISO From A Bootable USB Drive In Linux

Create An ISO From A Bootable USB Drive

3 Responses

  1. Ben says:

    Your method creates an ISO file the same size as the USB drive that was made bootable. This is OK for small USB drives, but not large ones. A better option is to highlight the partition that contains the ISO (usually the first partition), click on the ‘cogs’ icon and select ‘Create Image’ from there.

  2. Jeremy says:

    This doesn’t seem to result in an image file that is ‘bootable’. IE: You cannot select this file and boot into it say using VirtualBox.

  3. franco la rocca says:

    I have tried your method, but Disks creates a .img file and does not allow me to choose otherwise. How can I convert a .img to a .iso file ?

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