How to burn .iso to USB drive

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From the command line:

1) Find the device name of your usb drive:

$ df
/dev/sdg1             7.4G  4.0K  7.4G   1% /media/usb-drive
// OR:
# fdisk -l
   Device Boot      Start         End      Blocks   Id  System
/dev/sdg1               1        6297     7712740    c  W95 FAT32 (LBA)

The unmount the device and use dd to copy (burn) the iso:
# umount /dev/sdg1
# dd bs=4M if=cld-20161116-x86_64.iso of=/dev/sdg1  
558+1 records in
558+1 records out
2343567360 bytes (2.3 GB) copied, 596.009 s, 3.9 MB/s

For a software with a graphic interface, use UNetbootin or usb-creator .

To test the new boot USB, you may use Qemu, a machine emulator and virtualizer:

qemu -hda /dev/sdg