Jan 24.2020 - Version: 1.5.71
From now on, you no longer write information on corrupted cards and do not wonder why the device does not start.
Etcher for Linux is a free program that allows you to quickly and easily create an image of the operating system on a USB drive or SD card.
This program is designed with a minimalist interface that allows quick and easy burning of images, so users who want to install a new operating system now have a simple way to create boot drives. And after completing the writing process, the program erects and validates the integrity of the image on the disk drive, so that there are no surprises at the time of startup.
Etcher for Linux fully supports ISO, BZ2, DMG, DSK, ETCH, GZ, HDDIMG, IMG, RAW, XZ and ZIP formats and is the easiest way to create a boot disk.
In conclusion, we recommend Etcher for Linux because it is a simple operating program, is reliable and offers you a multi-image burner for SD cards and USB drives.
Etcher comes for many different platforms, allowing you to use it on a Mac, PC or Linux.
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