[PLUG] UNetBootIn Curieawcity...
knura9 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 4 22:56:29 PDT 2013
On Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 3:36 PM, <dhanurdhari at gurudrushti.in> wrote:
> I have used unetbootin software to get rid of cd/dvd burning just to
> load/install linux distributions in the past. However this is something
> that i have not done so query to know if somebody else has done this
Before the days of hybrid ISOs, unetbootin had it's usefulness.
To my knowledge today, Debian, openSUSE, and the *buntu ISOs are
hybrid i.e. you can simple dd=ISO_file to a pendrive or a hard disk
and it will boot! No need for unetbootin.
Besides, I have found unetbootin works best with with *bunutu. It
fails to create a bootable install disk from the CentOS.ISO images.
> 1. create partitions on the pen/thumb drive.
> 2. copy different installable iso's onto thus created different partitions
> of thumb drive.
> 3. load oses from those partitions of the thumb drive.
> 4. partions of the thumb drive have non-similar file systems (e.g. if one
> partition is formatted btrfs, the other one could be ext4/3, and another one
> could be beos or something different.
Take a look at how the SystemRescueCD does this with isolinux; i.e.
support multiple functionality through the boot menu.
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