[xubuntu-users] creating bootable usb flash drive?

Paul Sutton zleap at zleap.net
Sun Feb 1 10:52:44 UTC 2015


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On 01/02/15 05:45, ?????? ????????? wrote:
> dd if=your_file.iso of=/dev/your_usb -bs=4M -bs for faster writing
> 
> 2015-01-31 11:19 GMT+03:00 Patrice ARNAL <patricearnal at gmx.fr 
> <mailto:patricearnal at gmx.fr>>:
> 
> Hi everybody
> 
> I do like Easy2Boot  ( http://www.easy2boot.com ) which allow to
> create a multi OS bootable USB key just by putting the .iso file in
> the right directory on the key.
> 
> With the size of modern USB key, you can have 4 to 5 different 
> distros on the same key, and a bunch of tools. Very handy to show
> different versions and to check a machine ( memory, disks and so
> on).
> 
> Patrice
> 
It would be useful to have a how_to on how to say dual boot xubuntu
with say system rescue cd for example.  or other distros.

I can create a single boot usb stick but not sure about multi boot, it
would also help if such a how_to covered a more recent version ideally
14.04 or 14.10 branches,  14.04 would put it in line with Mint as a
distro in terms of what it is  built on.

Paul
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