Want to create a Windows USB stick installer, but only have a Linux machine at hand? Try WoeUSB, a WinUSB alternative that works on Linux.
WoeUSB is a simple tool allows to create your own USB stick windows installer from either an ISO image or a real DVD. It is a fork of Congelli501’s WinUSB.
The tool works both in command line and with a graphical interface. Supported images include: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Window 8.x, Windows 10, and Windows PE.
And supported boot modes: Legacy / MBR-style / IBM PC compatible boot-mode, Native UEFI booting is supported for Windows 7 and later images (FAT).
How to Install WoeUSB in Linux:
For Fedora, openSUSE, and Gentoo, the software is available as official distribution package. Simply install it from your system package manager.
For Arch Linux, a third-party package maintained by darkfm is available HERE.
For Debian and Ubuntu users, grab the
.deb package from THIS PAGE.
For all current Ubuntu releases, there’s also a third-party PPA available. Just open terminal and run following commands one by one to add the PPA and install WoeUSB:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tomtomtom/woeusb
sudo apt update
sudo apt install woeusb
For issue & more, go to the project page.