It's more natural to burn an iso with:
but I heard that Arch also derives from Fedora and Manjaro derives from Arch. When I changed from Fedora I did not hear about Korora, but now in Manjaro I realised it has one big advantage, "rolling-release" model. When you update it, you have the latest version. So now I don't feel like changing back.
$ sudo dd if=Korora20.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=4M && sync
$ sudo livecd-iso-to-disk --format --reset-mbr --msdos Fedora20DVD.iso /dev/sdb
There should be a standard Linux package amongst all this Linux disunity and Fedora was complicating things.