- Get .img file for the OS you need. (via download, Moblin image creator, or whatever)
- Find out which /dev your USB disk is.
- before you put your USB disk into the computer, type
- after you put your USB disk into the computer, do that again.
The new entry is your USB disk
- Run dd to copy the image to the disk
sudo dd if=/path/to/imagefile.img of=/dev/yourUSB
(obviously, you wanna replace those paths with the correct info)
That should do it. It takes a little while, so don't freak out. You can check to make sure it's working by opening another terminal window and running
where /path/to/usb is the path that you would usually use to see the files on that USB disk. You'll get some gobbeldy gook, but that's fine. It means it's working.
You can get more details at this article on the Intel site.