A Windows program used for Making a USB stick bootable and to put an ISO on it.
Problem: A USB stick cannot boot with any of Porteus, the boot-repair LiveUSB, or SystemRescueCD. It used to be bootable with Porteus, and before that it could boot with other Linux LiveUSB distributions.
A tool to put a LiveUSB ISO onto a USB stick.
Simple and does the job.
- aka LinuxLive USB Creator
A tool for booting multiple distributions from a USB stick. Duh.
Very easy to use. Works under Windows. Does not work under Linux.
2021-02-04 -- Abandoned?
A Linux distribution. A Linux system rescue disk.
- Note - If you just want to repair your boot loader, try boot-repair.
Used for preparing a LiveUSB for Linux distributions' .ISO files. Instead of using a CD or DVD, use a USB stick.
Use UNetbootin instead. Although doing the same thing (un7zipping), unetbootin works MUCH faster.
Universal-USB-Installer-184.108.40.206.exe - May 14, 2015
TODO - make a proper page
Various ways to have multiple bootable Linuxes on a USB stick.
- Making a USB stick bootable
this is just here for reference, it'll be broken into three pages as I test each one.