# dd --version
$ sudo dd --version
See here;I have puppy linux and I want to switch to linux mint.
I have linuxmint.iso file in my pc but I cant get universal usb installer. I tried on puppy package but no result.
What should I do?
from http://puppylinux.com/install.htmlAll Linux versions come with a tool name dd. Our ISO images since 2013 come as iso hybrid images so they can be transferred directly to the USB drive using dd. Don’t attempt this with older puppy versions unless you know what you are doing. Here is a simple tutorial on using dd to make a bootable USB drive. Be very careful with your target drive name!