- 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.
on a SSD multisys accelerate new installations very effectively. also for testing diff OS. thank to the producers!
This is an amazing program for those who rely on tools to work on, repair, and set up workstations and personal computers in both a personal and workplace setting. The ease of use is as simple as choosing the drive you plan to install your various startup disks, tools, and OS installation disks, and then drop and drag your .iso files to the window. Yes, the support info and website is in French, but with a decent browser such as Firefox or Chrome, a fairly good translation can be had. Also, the general layout of the grub menus when booting from USB, while simplistic, is very extensive and is listed in order of installation. As for the support of distributions, I have only found a few tools that do not have native boot support, but if you know how to modify a grub config menu to manually add .iso files, this is relatively simple to work around. All things considered, this is my personal choice of multiboot tools for its simple design, ease of adding distros and tools, and how many releases it supports. If you can get past the idea that all support pages are in French, I recommend this tool above all others.
Very good to have multibple linux and windows bootable systems in one regular FAT32 USB pen.
Multisystem is the Swiss knife for (multi)booting almost any bootable OS or tool from any USB storage device. Interface is super easy if you just want to add systems or tools, and clumsy for advanced configuration (I go with command line, it's faster). You can install it on non-Ubuntu distro by a) Debian-based: add the multisystem ppa: repo, non Debian based when ported (eg. Arch Linux) ; b) mount the ISO as a virtual OS and going on; c) from sources. All links are available on the "Installation" page.
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.