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Disks is installed by default in Fedora and can be used to create a bootable USB. Just right-click on any ISO image in Files and select Open With... -> Disk Image Writer. Alternatively, open Disks, select the gear menu in the upper-right, and choose Restore Disk Image.

You can find a good tutorial on creating an installable GUI application at developer dot gnome dot org slash gtk3 slash stable slash gtk-getting-started.html (Unfortunately Ask Fedora censors links....)

Disks is installed by default in Fedora and can be used to create a bootable USB. Just right-click on any ISO image in Files and select Open With... -> Disk Image Writer. Alternatively, open Disks, select the gear menu in the upper-right, and choose Restore Disk Image.

You can find a good tutorial on creating an installable GUI application at developer dot gnome dot org slash gtk3 slash stable slash gtk-getting-started.html (Unfortunately Ask Fedora censors links....)http://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/gtk-getting-started.html