Multi Boot USB / MultiBoot USB / MultiBootUSB is a software / installer which allows user to install multiple Live Linux Distros in to a single USB drive / Pendrive / Flash drive and able to boot from it. USB can be tested without reboot using inbuilt QEMU.
- No dropdown list.
- Auto detection of iso files.
- Installed distro can be deleted whenever required.
- Keeps USB drive clean.
- Test USB with out reboot (using QEMU)
- Simple user interface.
- Hide distro installion (only in windows).
- No installation (Windows).
- Support for 150+ distros and counting.
The UI is intolerant of mouse clicks, unbelievable but verified when the ISO filename is "cleared" by pressing "Create" and a sophmoric error popup "No ISO selected". If you use the tab key, Enter and the spacebar in the manner software from the 1970's was meant to run, then it goes into action until any of endless more errors can potentially waste your time. Skip this thing, there's nothing special about it compared to Unetbootin, a mature serious project instead of this thing clearly built w/o methodology and consuming countless hours of those lured by forum postings and the handful of successful uses by nostalgic Knoppix installers 2014.
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Very easy to setup, fast and without errors 1 problem and therefore only 4 stars. It does not seem to support UEFI BIOS. I had to set BIOS to CSM legacy boot to be able to boot from the USB. This will probably cause problems when I want to install from this multibootusb.
multibootusb conflicts with thunderbird???It seems that I have to remove the thunderbird-globalmenu.(Ubuntu 12.03.4 amd64) But I also give it a 5 star rating.Good job! $ sudo apt-get install -f Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Correcting dependencies... Done The following package was automatically installed and is no longer required: thunderbird-globalmenu Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them. The following packages will be REMOVED: multibootusb 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 1 to remove and 11 not upgraded.