Create a USB Bootable RIP Linux from Windows
Create a USB Bootable RIP Linux Flash Drive using YUMI from within Windows. RIP Linux (Recovery Is Possible) is a Salckware based distribution created by Kent Robotti. It can be used for system recovery and maintenance. This Linux Operating System ships packed full of useful tools such as TestDisk (recover deleted partitions), GParted, fdisk, cfdisk, parted (partiton managers), PhotoRec (recover deleted files), ntfsprogs (for managing ntfs filesystems) and much more. Boot into an X Window environment or run without a GUI. Both 32bit and 64 bit kernels are available within the same distribution.
USB Bootable RIP Linux
Home Page: https://sourceforge.net/projects/riplinuxmeta4s/
Persistent Feature: Untested
Essentials to Boot RIP Linux from USB
- A Windows PC to perform the Install
- A 128MB or larger USB Flash Drive
How to create a RIP Linux Bootable USB Flash Drive
- Download and launch YUMI
- (1) Select your Flash Drive (2) Then choose RIP Linux (Recovery Distro) from the list. (3) Browse to your ISO, and then click Create.
- Once YUMI has finished, reboot your PC and set your BIOS or Boot menu to boot directly from the USB device. Then boot.
If all went well, you should now be presented with the YUMI Boot Menu containing a new entry to Run RIP Linux from USB.
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