iso to USB with dd and show progress status

dd if=/home/kozanoglu/Downloads/XenServer-7.2.0-install-cd.iso | pv --eta --size 721420288 --progress --bytes --rate --wait > /dev/sdb
need package: pv apt-get install pv get the iso size in byte with ls -l install-cd.iso /dev/sdb is your USB Device (without partitionNr.)

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By: aysadk
2019-02-27 13:56:10

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I tried to do this many time but did not get success in this. I didn't know the main problem and when I connected my USB it gave an error again and again. By the way, I have a need to store some files of my essay writing work in that USB which I collected from the sources of
gustavowoltmann1 · 7 weeks and 2 days ago
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ChelseaSCripe · 7 weeks and 2 days ago

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