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If you want a live USB stick that has a writable overlay or writable home, you'll need to use these three options, in addition to whatever overlay or home creation. They're seemingly contradictory options, but it will create a stick that will boot either UEFI or BIOS firmware computers. This command should be pointed to the whole block device for the USB stick, not a partition.

--efi --reset-mbr --format

If you want a live USB stick that has a writable overlay or writable home, you'll need to use these three options, in addition to whatever overlay or home creation. They're seemingly contradictory options, but it will create a stick that will boot either UEFI or BIOS firmware computers. This command should be pointed to the whole block device for the USB stick, not a partition.

--efi --reset-mbr --format

If you don't need any persistent write capability, you're best off with Fedora Media Writer (Mac Windows Linux) when using Fedora live image ISOs.