is there any tool in the operating system to do this?
dd for example.
Or cat even.
For example, how would I use this command?
There is a guide on how to do create a usb stick installed including Haiku instructions.
Best way is to use the dd command
dd if=path to the ISO of=path to your USB drive bs=4M status=progress
To find the path to your usb device, use the DriveSetup app, and note the parh ended with raw
You should then be able to generate a bootable USB key with haiku on it.
For the image, you’d better take the nightly image than the beta 2.
I want to install another operating system, and leave the haiku and the other in dual-boot, with this command I can make a usb stick, using Haiku?
I did it with archlinux, downloading the iso from their website.
Using DD, I have a Haiku USB stick, a MINT USB Stick, a P/OS USB Stick, and all work fine.