Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Create Bootable Pendrive for Linux in Few Simple Steps

Hi Everybody, Today in this tutorial we will discuss how to create Bootable Pendrive for Linux in just a couple of simple steps. To do this task we are going to use UNetbootin software which will help us to make bootable USB.

UNetbootin an open source program that allows the user to create a USB drive (flash memory, flash drive, USB memory) with the Linux distribution of choice. Among which we highlight Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, Kubuntu and Debian, LinuxMint, Mandriva, FreeDOS, FreeBSD, Xubuntu, among others. In total, almost 20. 

How to Create bootable USB for Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora)

Create Bootable Pendrive for Linux

UNetbootin Ophcrack includes in its list, which is an excellent Linux-based tool that allows you to recover (or crack) a Windows password you forgot. And that includes Kaspersky Rescue Disk using Kaspersky engine (recognized security firm created one of the best paid antivirus) to retrieve an infected PC.

You have two choices: UNetbootin downloaded directly from the Linux distribution or use your own ISO image. The first way is recommended and safe. In short, the program works on Windows 7, Vista, XP, etc.., And Linux, and Mac OS X.
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