Good Afternoon Ralf2201,
I know, when preparing the stick with “ISO to USB”, you need to select one of the following File system: FAT, FAT32, exFAT or NTFS. Actually, non of these filesystem is supported as a boot filesystem in Linux.
Debian recommends Win32DiskImage. For a clear guide on using it, see the link below:
If you have to use a linux machine instead of a Windows system, then follow the steps:
- Download the Image to a folder you know:
- on the command line enter something similar to below, tuning to match the location of the image and the address of the USB
# dd if=/home/Download/UCS_4.2_2.iso of=/dev/sdx