How to create bootable USB Pendrive with Ecther on Ubuntu 18.10

Today we are looking at how to make a bootable USB drive in Ubuntu.  Ecther has become my favorite app to create bootable pendrives in Ubuntu as it does not only write bootable USB drives for Ubuntu based distros but for any Operating System.  Enjoy!

As you can see in the video, we download the packaged, extract it, move it to the /opt folder and then in your normal filesystem we click on the appimages and it will give you an option to add Ecther to your system menu.

The reason why I moved it to the /opt folder is the following.  The opt folder is where nearly all third-party apps like Chrome store their data, so it is perfect and all your users have access to it.

Command Used:
sudo nautilus

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