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Multisystem: Create your LiveUSB MultiBoot by simply dragging and dropping your files


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#1 Icecube

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Posted 03 January 2011 - 10:12 PM

With Multisystem Create your LiveUSB MultiBoot simply
You just have to drag and drop your files. Iso
on a window and that's all.
Multisystem allows you to make a LiveUSB to do everything,
ideal for exploring different Linux distributions without installing on your PC
and does so fluid;
or to install the Linux distribution of your choice on your PC
much faster than via a LiveCD with fast USB 2.0/3.0 ports
Essential throughout the current range of netbooks that have no CD drive.
Ideal for any Geek, anyone doing maintenance,
your USB key with you always, and ready for use in a nomadic your friends in a cafe ...

See list of current Linux distributions supported by Multisystem.

Primary interface that allows drag and drop the iso files.

http://liveusb.info/dotclear/

You may like the google tranlate selection box on that page.

BTW, it is a Linux tool.

#2 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 04 January 2011 - 04:37 PM

Nice find. :unsure:

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#3 ceehoppy

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Posted 04 January 2011 - 10:29 PM

This sounds much like Multi Boot Iso. It will format the UFD, download & install Linux iso's, & install a grub loader. It lets ignorant fools newbies like me play with Linux- with out hassle (or commitment. :unsure: )
And yes, UFD's are much faster than cd's. My laptop will boot Ubuntu in about 25 seconds.

#4 crashnburn

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Posted 22 October 2011 - 10:10 PM

Nice one. Is this one of the better ones or is there something similar thats even better?

#5 deckoff

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Posted 17 December 2011 - 03:05 PM

Most notable difference for me is the fact that MultiSystem will work under Linux, while Yumi wont. I have not tried Yumi, Multisystem is feature rich and easy to use.

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Posted 07 January 2012 - 05:35 AM

I think this cannot install Windows on a GPT system? I think for that I need to load Windows 7 install in EFI mode? Can I do that in Multisystem?

#7 deckoff

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Posted 07 January 2012 - 10:29 AM

I think this cannot install Windows on a GPT system? I think for that I need to load Windows 7 install in EFI mode? Can I do that in Multisystem?

Never tried. Multisystem (as far as I remember) uses syslinux to boot, and then chainloads to GRUB(2). GRUB(2) is the menu that welcomes you, and you can chainload to grub4dos after that. (menu entry is provided). You can easily prepare Windows 7 installer on USB on linux. You have to extract the content of the DVD and chainload to bootmgr. I am not sure what EFI mode is




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