- English (Thanks Steve for translation this text)
Create your MultiBoot LiveUSB simply with MultiSystem.
Just Drag & Drop your .iso on a window and that's it!
MultiSystem enables a LiveUSB to do everything,
ideal for exploring different Linux distributions without installing them on your PC, easily !
Avec MultiSystem Créez votre LiveUSB MultiBoot simplement.
Vous avez juste à Glisser/Déposer vos fichiers .iso sur une fenêtre et c'est tout !
MultiSystem permet de réaliser un LiveUSB à tout faire,
idéal pour découvrir différentes distributions linux sans les installer sur votre PC, et ce de manière fluide.
I have used this and I have succeed to sell my first USB stick Linux multiboot. Multisystem is a great software. It has a feature to create bootloader in USB stick so I can choose the OS when booting. It has QEMU feature, so I don't have to restart for just testing my USB stick from error. It virtualizes quickly and show the same thing when you boot with restart. So you can get screenshot after it. The only one developer can add later in Multisystem is progress bar when burning. Thank you, Developer.
I'm using it for a long a time; it's a great app.
Wonderful piece of software! I am using it for almost 2 years now, and it has never let me down. To my knowledge, it's the best tool to create a multiboot USB drive under Linux. Besides the more or less ugly and a bit of a messy GUI it's an absolutely perfect tool. Unfortunately, after having switched from Ubuntu to Crunchbang, I can't get this installed anymore. Unless you're French speaking there's NO info about installing. The website is in French, the suggested support page is in French, the wiki has no relevant information on installation procedures. Edit: It seems Ubuntu (or derivative OS) is a prerequisite for Multisystem. Too bad this VERY important info seems nowhere to be found on sourceforge. This could have saved me a whole afternoon of unecessary messing with my system.
Perfect! Appreciate you share such an awesome tool. Keep it moving.
This is an awesome app. Because of it, I have a 32GB USB flash drive the size of my thumb booting: the Windows 7 Installer, Ubuntu Linux LiveCD/Installer, Kali Linux LiveCD, Fedora LiveDVD, CentOS LiveDVD, Universal Boot CD, Hiren's Boot CD, and Android-X86. And I still have over 17GB for PortableApps. The only thing it explicitly didn't like was RHEL Server 6.4. Running this via the Ubuntu installer PPA kind of requires that one run it from a console window because it keeps asking to over-write/delete files and for sudo permissions. Aside from that, a wonderful tool.