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LiveUSB MultiSystem - Create your LiveUSB MultiBoot very simple in Linux Mint

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LiveUSB MultiSystem - Create your LiveUSB MultiBoot very simple.

You just have to Drag and drop your files .iso on the window and all!

MultiSystem allows you to make a LiveUSB, at the same time on the same stick can be Linux and Windows distributions

LIVEUSB MULTISYSTEM - CREATE YOUR LIVEUSB MULTIBOOT VERY SIMPLE IN LINUX MINT

On my flash drive I added three distro, and everything works. A great utility.

LiveUSB MultiSystem - Create your LiveUSB MultiBoot very simple.LiveUSB MultiSystem - Create your LiveUSB MultiBoot very simple.

LiveUSB MultiSystem - Create your LiveUSB MultiBoot very simple in Linux Mint

Installation into Linux Mint/PinguyOS/ElementaryOS or others Ubuntu distrs:

1. Add repository

sudo apt-add-repository 'deb http://liveusb.info/multisystem/depot all main'

2. Add key

wget -q -O - http://liveusb.info/multisystem/depot/multisystem.asc | sudo apt-key add -

3. Update sources and Install MultiSystem

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install multisystem

Good Luck!!!

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  1. Mike
    Mike 1 April 2015 14:33
    I couldn't copy the latest memtest86+ to it. Is it possible to boot Memtest86+ with MultiSystem?
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  2. Shekin 1 April 2015 15:07
    Quote: Mike
    I couldn't copy the latest memtest86+ to it. Is it possible to boot Memtest86+ with MultiSystem?

    I dont know, i didnt try, sorry
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    x64 Linux Mint 18.3 cinnamon
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  3. Gammadeus
    Gammadeus 30 May 2015 17:08
    Hey, Mike!
    Memtest86+ is part of many liveCD installer menu entry, so if you want to have on your multiboot USB, take one of these distros on your USB (e.g. Linux Mint Debian Edition) with multisystem, and on boot start this liveCD, and after thet select the Memetest86+ on the boot menu of the liveCD.
    (Soryformy bed English, but I hope I could help you.)

    The corrected versionofmy previous comment:
    "Hey, Mike!
    Memtest86+ is part of many liveCD installer menu entry, so if you want to have on your multiboot USB, put one of these distros (with memtest86+, e.g. Linux Mint Debian Edition) on your USB with multisystem, and on boot start the mentioned liveCD, and select to run the Memetest86+ on the boot menu of this liveCD.
    (Sory for my bed English, but I hope I could help you.)"

    Sorry, but my space key doesn't operate sometimes.
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  4. Victor
    Victor 22 July 2015 00:07
    Hello, I'm on Linux Mint 17.2. I can't make current version work. It does not install gparted or whaterver. It shows something in terminal and closes before I can read anything. If you are the author, could you please make your software work?
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  5. Shekin 22 July 2015 00:23
    Quote: Victor
    LiveUSB MultiSystem

    First you have to mount the flash drive fat32. Then run the program. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NE309rW_9w
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    x64 Linux Mint 18.3 cinnamon
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  6. Victor
    Victor 22 July 2015 00:54
    Quote: Victor
    Hello, I'm on Linux Mint 17.2. I can't make current version work. It does not install gparted or whaterver. It shows something in terminal and closes before I can read anything. If you are the author, could you please make your software work?

    I'm sorry, I pressed wrong button - green download arrow, instead of "choose iso" button. Please delete my post. You will improve intuitive understandability of your app if you add alt text to your buttons.
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  7. Shekin 22 July 2015 00:55
    Quote: Victor
    I'm sorry, I pressed wrong button - green download arrow, instead of "choose iso" button. Please delete my post. You will improve intuitive understandability of your app if you add alt text to your buttons.

    Thi is not my app. Here developper http://liveusb.info/
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    x64 Linux Mint 18.3 cinnamon
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  8. Victor
    Victor 22 July 2015 21:29
    I have installed current Multisystem (version 1.0321 / 02 June 2015) and current stable Clonezilla (clonezilla-live-2.4.2-10-i686-pae.iso) - it does not work...

    It starts booting and shortly stops with complaints:

    modprobe: module ehci-orion not found in modules.dep
    modprobe: module dm-raid45 not found in modules.dep
    modprobe: module unknown not found in modules.dep
    modprobe: module swap not found in modules.dep
    Can't load module crc32_intel

    Do you know a workaround?

    Thank you!
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  9. Shekin 22 July 2015 21:40
    i have no idea, try this https://mintguide.org/tools/317-make-a-bootable-flash-drive-from-an-iso-image-on
    -linux-mint.html
    or this https://mintguide.org/tools/468-tuxboot-another-creator-a-bootable-live-usb-driv
    e-on-linux-mint.html
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    x64 Linux Mint 18.3 cinnamon
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  10. olokos
    olokos 25 February 2016 23:20
    apt-get install multisystem
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information... Done
    E: Unable to locate package multisystem

    gr8 guide m8 1/10
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