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You can use etcher (download), gnome disks or the raspberry pi imager (can also be used as alternate) can also be used to flash iso files to usb media (sticks/drives/sdcards etc).
Etcher has always done a good job for me.
When I write an ISO to a USB-stick using dd or any other usb-burn software, I always end up with a Read-Only File System.
I tried mount -o remount,rw but that doesn't seem do to the job.
Funny thing is that using Rufus on Windows presents me with a read/write USB-stick.
Is there a hidden option for dd that returns a read/write USB-stick, or another way to have a read/write disk