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2016-07-11 16_09_26-etcher

  • What Etcher version are you running? - 1.0.0-beta.10

(You can check this at runtime in the bottom right corner of the application. If you’re running Etcher locally, please let us know in which commit or branch you’re in.)

  • What operating system and architecture are you running Etcher in? - Windows 7 x64 Enterprise

(For example: Windows 10 x64, OS X 10.11.4 x64, Ubuntu 14.04 x86.)

  • What is the behaviour you’re experiencing? How can we reproduce it? Yes, it keeps on telling the image is invalid, but it’s in .iso format.
  • Do you have any input on how this can be fixed/improved? N/A
  • Was this happening on a previous version? N/A
  • Do you see any meaningful error information on DevTools? N/A

(You can open DevTools by pressing Ctrl+Alt+I, or Cmd+Alt+I if you’re running OS X.)

*If you’re having an error when flashing an image to a drive: *

(Feel free to delete this whole section if it doesn’t apply.)

  • Can you reproduce the issue with a different image or drive?
  • Can you share a link to the exact image you’re trying to flash, so we can test it ourselves?
  • At which point of the flashing does the error happens? (right at the beginning, randomly, etc)
  • What was the format of the drive before attempting to flash to it?

*If Etcher is failing to detect your drive: *

(Feel free to delete this whole section if it doesn’t apply.)

  • Can you post the output of the script that applies to your operating system from the following list?:

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 7 years ago
  • Comments:6 (4 by maintainers)

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lurchcommented, May 14, 2018

@jhermsmeier Even if Etcher did support tarballs, I don’t think it’d be able to flash the ‘image’ that @fremindmm has downloaded… image

@fremindmm I did a bit of digging, and I suspect the file you actually want is which Etcher should support already.

jhermsmeiercommented, May 14, 2018

@fremindmm tarballs aren’t supported yet, you’ll have to extract the image beforehand

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