YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator, Yumi is an application that provides enough benefit and help us in particular to make the installer Multiboot USB Creator.
Especially now most people use a notebook is not equipped with a DVD-Rom drive for media devices of his readers. Therefore, to install USB media use as a media surrogate Disk Tools. To create a USB installer will require an application called YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator. How to use pretty easy, it only needs the USB Flash Drive and media files *. Iso of the OS that will be the Installer. Display YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator is simple with just a few essential buttons, making it easier for us to make a USB installer, we just need to browse the file *. Iso and lived alone create the USB installer is ready to use.
How to Create a MultiBoot USB Flash Drive
- Run YUMI-0.0.8.1.exe following the onscreen instructions
- Run the tool again to Add More ISOs/Distributions to your Drive
- Restart your PC setting it to boot from the USB device
- Select a distribution to Boot from the Menu and enjoy!
That's all there is to it. You should now be booting your favorite distributions from your custom Multi-Boot USB device!
How It Works: YUMI (Your Universal Multiboot Installer) enables each user to create their own custom Multiboot UFD containing only the distributions they want, in the order by which they are installed. A new distribution can be added to the UFD each time the tool is run.
If you run YUMI from the same location you store ISO downloads, they should be auto-detected (*See Known Issues Below), eliminating the need to browse for each ISO.
Other Notes: If MultibootISOs was previously used, you must reformat the drive and start over. YUMI uses Syslinux directly, and chainloads to grub only if necessary, so it is not compatible with the older Multiboot ISO tool. Although I do plan to add back most of the capabilities of MultibootISOs as time permits.
The distro uninstaller works great, but unlisted ISO's that have been added must currently be manually removed! Also note that not all Unlisted ISO's can be booted (thus adding unlisted ISO's is an unsupported option).
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