UNetbootin is a program for creating bootable USB flash drives with Linux / BSD operating systems. There are four different versions of the application: a classic distribution, an advanced distribution, and a cross-distribution.
Selecting the right operating system or installing it yourself would be a better option, if either existed then. Alternatively, you can create a bootable flash drive as long as your system isn't listed in the list.
From the drop-down box, choose the desired distribution.down list at the top, UNetbootin shows its brief description and link to the project home page. After you open the program, click OK at the bottom of the window to begin. After you've downloaded the distribution, you'll need to write it to a flash drive.
A number of distributions were not downloaded during the test (e.g., Kaspersky Rescue Disk, which runs on the Linux kernel and is included). Downloading the distribution from the website and converting it using the ISO image are the steps in this case.
Moreover, this program has an impressive file size and installation doesn't happen.
- Booting the Live USB disc up as a bootable DVD is important;
- The distribution can be automatically downloaded t automatically download the selected distribution;
- Distributions of an existing edition could be used e possibility of using an already downloaded distribution;
- Russian language support;
- a simple interface;
- It supports Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Linux Mint, FreeBSD and many other distributions; therefore, this is the most ideal distribution.
- An ability to install the most recent system utilities (Parted Magic, SystemRescueCD, Kaspersky Rescue Disk); e to download various system utilities (Parted Magic, SystemRescueCD, Kaspersky Rescue Disk, etc.);
- A non-installation can be carried out.A boot image of an ISO file; a specific image of a BIOS image).
- A system with the capability of emulation in Hard Disk Mode, but no support for USB boot.