There are many ways to write an ISO of a Linux distribution. But when it comes for Fedora, Fedora Media Writer is the official tool for writing, creating a Fedora ISO to a USB drive. The tool is so user-friendly, it doesn’t even need a tutorial.
Fedora Media Writer 4.1.4-fc30
Fedora Media Writer’s worth mentioning features:
- Fedora Media Writer automatically downloads the latest stable Fedora Workstation or Server edition (in this example, I’ve used Fedora 30 for both Workstation and Server editions);
- with Fedora Media Writer you can automatically download your own favourite Fedora spin such as:
- Fedora Xcfe desktop;
- Fedora LXQt desktop;
- Feodora KDE Plasma desktop;
- Fedora Mate-Compiz desktop;
- Fedora Cinnamon desktop;
- Fedora LXDE desktop;
- Fedora Soas desktop.
- Fedora Media Writer even has the option of automatically writing the Fedora ISO to the USB drive once it finished downloading it;
- And according to Fedora’s homepage, here are Fedora’s minimum requirements:
- “all you need is a 2GB USB flash drive, and Fedora Media Writer”;
- “Fedora requires a minimum of 10GB disk, 1GB RAM, and a 1GHz processor to install and run successfully”.