Fedora Live USB creator

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Fedora Live USB creator
Fedora Live USB creator
Fedora Live USB creator
Developer(s) Luke Macken, Kushal Das
Stable release 3.11.7 / June 12, 2012; 2 years ago (2012-06-12)
Written in Python (with Qt4)
Operating system cross-platform
(GNU/Linux and Windows)
Platform installing live operating systems on to USB flash drives
License GNU GPL
Website https://fedorahosted.org/liveusb-creator

The Fedora Live USB creator is an official tool designed to create Live USBs of live operating systems.[1]


  • Cross-platform (available for GNU/Linux and Windows)
  • Non-destructive install (does not format the device)
  • Supports various Fedora releases, including Sugar on a stick
  • Automatically detects all removable devices
  • Persistent storage creation, to save all documents created and modifications made to the system
  • SHA1 checksum verification of known releases, to ensure there is no corruption when downloading


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