How to Write an ISO to USB on Linux with DD
DD(1) is a progam used to convert and copy a file to a desired location.
sudo dd status=progress if=name-of.iso of=/dev/sdx bs=1M; sudo sync
The LEVEL of information to print to stderr; 'none' suppresses everything but error messages, 'noxfer' suppresses the final transfer statistics, 'progress' shows periodic transfer statistics.
The file you want to make bootable from the USB device.
The device location of the USB device. Run
lsblk to find your correct data.
Read and write up to 1024 bytes at a time (default: 512).
Synchronize cached writes to persistent storage.
For the rest of the avalible options every UNIX like operating system has the manual;