Nov 14.2020Version: 700
A very useful software that allows you to create a bootable USB boot device.
UNetbootin for Linux was reviewed by Ionut Tutica
UNetbootin for Linux (Universal Netboot Installer) is free software that allows you to create a bootable USB boot device from a disk image of the operating system.
The UNetbootin for Linux interface is very practical and has been designed to be easy to handle.
You can test and install Linux 'live' or Windows distributions without having to burn CDs, just by starting from an external HDD, USB stick or SD card.
When you want to create a boot device, it must be installed via a USB key or an external hard drive. With the UNetbootin for Linux software the user will have to choose the disk image he wants to install (the ISO file). UNetbootin for Linux also supports recent versions of Linux distributions.
In conclusion, UNetbootin for Linux is a free software that facilitates the installation of operating systems, especially for computers that do not have a CD-ROM drive.
Documentation / Demo
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gezakovacs/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install unetbootin
Ubuntu how to run the .bin file
+ open the terminal and switch to root mode
chmod + x unetbootin-for-linux.bin
+ UNetbootin for Linux has been in our software catalog since Jul 17.2017.
+ The current version is 700 updated to Nov 14.2020.
UNetbootin est un projet particulirement pratique est bien pens, un outil efficace !
Everything works as stated.
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works great on mac os x -- Ive previously used this on linux and windows. only issue is the finder menu bar is not the correct color (Im using the dark menu on yosemite) and is instead the default grey color.