Multiboot usb flash drive updatings version
The Rufus application would like to request your help with its translations, as the project is currently looking for volunteers that would be kind enough to update the localization for Arabic and Danish.If you think you are up to the task, please have a look here.Understandably, this is a rather tedious process & one I'd like to make more efficient.Some programmes I've come across that could help me are Multi Boot USB & Easy2Boot.Upon reboot, with the CD/DVD present inside CD/DVD drive, new GRUB will display list of live distros available in the disc. Note: When you download any Linux iso image from internet it will look like this "ubuntu-9.04-desktop-i386" but this has to be renamed as (inside multicd folder). List of Live Linux distros supported in this script are given below (and the names accepted by this script are on the right side of each distro)." There's a list of distro's on the blog page.UNetbootin allows you to create bootable Live USB drives for Ubuntu, Fedora, and other Linux distributions without burning a CD. You can either let UNetbootin download one of the many distributions supported out-of-the-box for you, or supply your own Linux file if you've already downloaded one or your preferred distribution isn't on the list.
Create a folder in your home folder and name it as Above commands will execute
Note, I've purposely left out YUMI due to the disclaimer stating "" & SARDU due to lack of any updates during the last few years.
So, coming back to the former 2 options, which would be the best choice for the functionality needs I have explained above? In case it's relevant, ideally, I'd like the program to run on Linux but I do have a Windows 10 device, if required.
In that case, Free DOS, which is the default selection, is recommended over MS-DOS, as it supports more keyboard layouts.
All versions of Rufus since v1.1.0 allow the creation of a bootable USB from an ISO image (.iso).