Hello people! I am from Taringa! and was a bit boring, and I come to bring some of my post of T!
This time, a very useful if you want to generate a LiveCD Linux distro and some do not have any CD / DVD to do, or do not have the recorder, and you have a flash drive, like me
So we have no other than trying to get the picture. ISO of the distro in a usb to use it, but not so easy, you must first make the pendrive is boteable, and here comes UNetbootin.
UNetbootin interface in Windows7
UNetbootin loads utilities or installs Linux / BSD to a partition or USB drive without a CD. It can use an existing disk image / kernel / initrd file, or download a supported distro or system utility (Such as Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, FreeBSD, PartedMagic)
UNetbootin installs an image. ISO based on Linux / BSD on a drive or a flash drive. Can be used with image files / kernel / initrd, or download directly supported distro (like Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, OpenSUSE, etc. ..) or a system utility (such as Rescatux, Super GRUB Disk, and I can not think more ..)
Clarify that the stick has to be at least 1 or 2 GB, because most distros do not weigh less.
Without further ado, here is a download link for Windows: Click here!
Well until I get the post here, I used to test the following distros: Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Xubuntu and recorded to perfection.
It also helped me to use Rescatux later do a post about that utility.
Any questions you have, feel free to ask here or mp. A greeting!
PS: Sorry for my English, is bad
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