How To Turn Any .iso file into a bootable USB drive

This works for almost all ISO's I find (at least Linux based):

sudo dd if=CentOS-6.9-x86_64-minimal.iso of=/dev/sdg bs=20M
20+1 records in
20+1 records out
427819008 bytes (428 MB) copied, 118.233 s, 3.6 MB/s
 

Of course change the .iso filename above and the /dev/sdg to your desired USB drive!


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