Nov 14.2020Version: 1.3.0
Creating bootable USB on Linux is easy!
Popsicle USB Flasher was reviewed by Ionut Tutica
If youre looking for an easy way to instantly install images to multiple USB sticks in parallel, check out Popsicle.
Popsicle is a free USB file flasher and can be able to write multiple USB devices in parallel. It has a simple and themed user interface with a simple workflow that makes it convenient to use. Popsicle also supports USB 2 and USB 3 devices on which it can write ISO and IMG image types. It has the ability to check ISO images with MD5 or SHA256 checksum.
When you want to install Linux, you will need to use a full USB flash drive with a bootable version of your preferred Linux server distribution.
Popsicle is made by System76, which, among a growing list of software, also has the operating system based on Ubuntu Pop! _BONE!
But you dont have to run Pop! _OS to use the application; Popsicle works on any modern Linux distribution and desktop, including Ubuntu.
* Popsicle supports USB 2 and USB 3 devices.
* Supports parallel writing, so we can write bunch of USB devices at once in couple minutes.
* We can verify ISO images with the SHA256 or MD5 chekcsum.
* We can view the writing progress, speed and completion of each device.
* Can write ISO or IMG image types.
* Both command line and graphical interfaces available.
* Works under Pop!_OS, Ubuntu, Ubuntu official flavors and Ubuntu derivatives.
* Free and Open source!!
+ Popsicle USB Flasher has been in our software catalog since Nov 14.2020.
+ The current version is 1.3.0 updated to Nov 14.2020.
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