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wine plus rufus
ISO with > 4 GB Windows Installation Files, you'll need 2 partitions.
One EFI vfat containing all folders + (sources dir containing only one file - boot.wim)
Other NTFS containing complete sources directory.
And Rufus is the best in my opinion.
There are a lot of projects like winusb or others which are not maintained or forked and then discontinued.
620hun83612ysudo dd bs=4M if=iso.iso of=/dev/sdx
Alternatively Ubuntu has an Image Writer that can write all kinds of disk images.
Use dd command
@lonelydev @620hun @IntrusionCM it's not hybrid (as it's a Windows ISO) so no dd. I'm using Fedora, so no Ubuntu writer. (The Fedora "image writer" is literally just a dd writer and the third-party ones I can find are as well.) I tried Rufus and winusb like an hour ago in Wine, neither see the stick.
If u see it in dmesg....
sudo bash -l
parted --align opt /dev/sde (or whatever device)
mkpart boot fat32 1MiB 1GiB
set 1 esp on
mkpart sources ntfs 1GiB 100 %
mount -t auto -o loop,ro wherever the windows image is /mnt/win
mount -t auto -o rw /dev/sde1 /mnt/win_boot
mount -t auto -o rw /dev/sde2 /mnt/win_sources
rsync -v --exclude 'sources' /mnt/win /mnt/win_boot
cp /mnt/win/sources/boot.wim /mnt/win_boot/sources
cp -R /mnt/win/sources /mnt/win_sources
Everything out of memory. Feel free to ask
For latest Windows ISO containing a wim File > 4 GB, which cannot be written in FAT32 btw.
Assuming UEFI boot / x64
/dev/sde - USB stick, necessary 8 GB plus. (5 GB plus)
If you do not have root access it seems impossible.
Why do u not have root access....?!!
Just Check that i made no mistake and it works.