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Create Bootable CentOS 7 USB Stick on Linux

Create Bootable CentOS 7 USB Stick on Linux
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Insight: How to Create Bootable CentOS 7 USB Stick on Linux

We are going to explain how to create bootable CentOS 7 USB stick or pendrive. You should have at-least an 8GB or larger USB stick drive.

Download the ISO image from the official download link.

> CentOS 7 ISO <<

 

 

How To Create Bootable CentOS 7 USB Stick on Linux

Plugged in your USB stick on your Linux based system. You can find out the name of the USB drive by running the following command:

lsblk

Now, you need to flash the USB stick and you have to make sure that it is unmounted.

sudo umount /dev/sdx3 

It's time to flash the CentOS 7 image into the USB stick.
sudo dd bs=4M if=/path/to/CentOS-7-x86_64-DVD-1810.iso of=/dev/sdx3 status=progress oflag=sync

You will see the progress and it will takes time. After a few minutes, you will have a bootable CentOS USB stick.

 



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