With MultiOS-USB, create a bootable USB flash drive, external HDD or SSD and start the operating system (open source).

Easy to use: install, copy the ISO file and boot from USB.

Features:
- BIOS and UEFI
support - 64-bit support (x86_64) UEFI support (+ Secure Boot from Fedora)
- Upload UEFI drivers - Launch executable .efi files and other boot loaders - Boot from .iso files
- Boot Windows 10 installer and Windows PE more information
- Start Linux network installer (experimental)
- Automatically update configuration files
- No background services
- ExFAT file system support

Installation:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install multios-usb

Launch it from the terminal:

sudo multios-usb / dev / sdX

* sdX - your device.

Author: Mexit
License: GNU General Public License v3.0

Source: github.com

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