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Universal USB Installer aka UUI is a Live Linux Bootable USB Creator that allows you to choose from a selection of Linux Distributions to put on your USB Flash Drive. The Universal USB Installer is easy to use. Simply choose a Live Linux Distribution, the ISO file, your Flash Drive and, Click Install. Upon completion, you should have a ready to run bootable USB Flash Drive with your select operating system installed. Other features include; Persistence (if available) – Ubuntu, Xubuntu, and Lubuntu Casper Persistence feature works with FAT32 or NTFS formatted drives. Larger than 4GB casper-rw is possible only when the USB drive is formatted with the NTFS filesystem.
YUMI (Your Universal Multiboot Installer), is the successor to our MultibootISOs. It can be used to create a Multiboot Bootable USB Flash Drive containing multiple operating systems, antivirus utilities, disc cloning – backup, penetration testing, diagnostic tools, and much more. YUMI makes it easy for anyone to create their very own custom All-In-One Multi use diagnostic USB PC Repair Toolkit.
Contrary to MultiBootISOs which used grub to boot ISO files directly from USB, YUMI uses syslinux to boot extracted distributions stored on the USB device, and reverts back to using grub to Boot Multiple ISO files from USB, if necessary.
Aside from a few distributions, all files are stored within the Multiboot folder, making for a nicely organized Portable Multiboot USB Drive that can still be used for other storage purposes.
YUMI was originally intended to be used to store and run various "LIVE Linux" Operating Systems and tools from USB. Using YUMI to install Linux from USB to a Hard Drive works on many but not all distributions. (I'm working to address this). If you find a distribution where the install does not work, please let me know.
Take your Favorite Portable Linux Desktop with you!
Install, Boot, and Run Linux from USB. Your Portable Linux OS toolkit.
Easily install your favorite Linux operating system on a bootable usb key or flash drive no larger than your thumb (aka thumb drive). Your Portable Linux operating system can then be taken with you and will consequently run from any computer that can boot from the usb flash device. With YUMI, you can even bring multiple operating systems, diagnostic utilities, antivirus scanners, penetration testing, backup tools, and more with you. Resulting in your very own custom pocket diagnostic toolkit.
Pendrivelinux provides simplified information to make it easy for anyone to install, boot, and run their favorite Linux Distro from a portable flash drive!
- Put Mandriva 2010 on a USB Flash Drive (Windows)
- Put Bitdefender Rescue CD on a USB Flash Drive
- Put Lucid Puppy on USB Flash Drive from Windows
- Install GParted on USB Flash Drive using Windows
- Put System Rescue CD 1.5.4 on USB using Windows
- Run Linux Mint 9 from a USB Flash Drive
- Put Lubuntu on a Flash Drive using Windows
- Put Kubuntu on a Flash Drive from Windows
- Put Xubuntu on a Flash Drive with Windows
- Put Ubuntu NetBook Remix on Flash Drive in Windows
- Put Ubuntu on Flash Drive using Windows
- Install Wolvix to a Flash Drive using Windows
- Install DBAN to a USB Flash Drive using Windows
- Install Puppy Arcade to a Flash Drive from Windows
- Install YlmF OS to a Flash Drive from Windows
- Run Ubuntu Server Edition Installer from USB
- Install Ubuntu Rescue Remix to a Flash Drive
- Move WUBI to a USB Flash Drive
- Put Gentoo 10.1 Live DVD on USB from Windows
- Install Knoppix to a USB Flash Drive in Windows
- Install RIP Linux to USB from Windows
- Install SliTaz to USB from Windows
- Install Easy Peasy 1.6 to USB from Windows
- Install Clonezilla on USB
- Install Simply MEPIS 8 to a Flash Drive in Windows
- Install SLAX to a Flash Drive from Windows
- Install Kiwi Linux to a Flash Drive from Windows
- Install Debian Live to a Flash Drive from Windows
- Install Sugar on a Stick to a Flash Drive in Windows
- Install Eeebuntu to a Flash Drive from Windows
- Install Parted Magic to a Flash Drive in Windows
- Install MooLux to a USB Flash Drive in Windows
- Install xPUD to a Flash Drive from Windows
- Install Moblin to a Flash Drive from Windows
- Install PUD Linux to a Flash Drive using Windows
- Install CrunchBang Linux to a Flash Drive in Windows
- Ophcrack Windows Password Recovery from USB
- Install CentOS 5 to a USB Flash Drive in Windows
- Using the Fedora USB Creator from Windows
- Make a gOS USB Flash Drive using Windows
- Make a BackTrack Linux Flash Drive in Windows
- Install MCNLive Toronto to a Flash Drive in Windows
- Creat a bootable USB Ophcrack in Windows
- Install Damn Small Linux to a Flash Drive in Windows
- Install PCLinuxOS MiniMe to a Flash Drive in Windows
- Install Ultimate Boot CD (UBCD) to a Flash Drive in Windows
- Install Feather Linux to a Flash Drive from Windows
- Install Runt Linux to a Flash Drive from Windows
- Creating a Kubuntu Live USB from CD
- Creating an Xubuntu Live USB from CD
- Creating an Ubuntu Live USB from CD
- Install GRUB2 on USB from Ubuntu Linux
- Create a Linux Mint 8 USB Flash Drive from CD
- Create a DreamLinux USB Flash Drive from CD
- Create a MEPIS 8 USB Key using the Live CD
- Install MoonOS LXDE to a Flash Drive using the CD
- Install Knoppix 6.0 to a USB Flash Drive using the CD
- Install CrunchBang Linux to Flash Drive using the CD
- Install Portable gOS 3 to a Flash Drive from the CD
- Install STUX Linux to a USB Flash Drive using the CD
- Install SUSE to a USB Flash Drive using the CD
- Install PCLinuxOS MiniMe 2008 to Flash Drive via CD
- Install NimbleX to a Flash Drive using the CD
- Install MCNLive to a USB Thumb Drive using the CD
- Install Puppy Linux to a Flash Drive using the CD
- Universal USB Installer - Easy as 1 2 3
- YUMI - Multiboot USB Creator
- Boot DOS from USB - RUFUS
- Using UNetbootin to create a Linux USB from Linux
- SARDU - Multiboot USB Creator (Windows)
- MultiSystem - Create a MultiBoot USB from Linux
- LiveUSB Install - Live USB Creator
- XBOOT - Multiboot ISO USB Creator (Windows)
- Linux Live USB Creator (LiLi) from Windows
- Using UNetbootin to create a Live Linux USB
- Using the Fedora USB Creator from Windows
Ophcrack is an open source Windows password recovery utility that uses rainbow tables to find passwords. It can be run from Windows, Linux or Live CD. The following tutorial explains how to install and boot Ophcrack from a portable USB device. Since the Live CD version (running from a SLAX now SliTaz core) is already available, creating USB Ophcrack is similar to converting any other Live Linux CD to USB and now they even offer their own tazusb.exe installer.
This tutorial explains how to access the Boot Menu on a newer Phoenix-Award system to enable USB boot from a flash memory stick. The system used for this demonstration sports a MSI K8N Neo4 (MS-7125) motherboard. To date, this system has easily been able to boot from any properly setup flash drive or USB hard drive we have thrown at it.