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1. Cross Platform
No matter you work in Windows or Linux, MultiBootUSB will work in the same manner. Bootable USB created in windows should work in Linux and vice versa. It also reduces the development time significantly as the code base is same for Windows and Linux. MultiBootUSB is designed to be a stand alone from ground up. Which means that all necessary files and binary executables are included in the executable. Simply download and double clicking on the executable should launch MultiBootUSB.
2. Open Source
MultiBootUSB is released under General Public Licence (GPL). Anybody can use, modify and redistribute if they wish. It is also build using the best of open source softwares from the world. Be it Python, Syslinux or 7zip you get the best.
It is my promise that MultiBootUSB will always be free, unconditionally.
4. Linux distributions
MultiBootUSB supports many distros and still counting. There is no pre-configured distro specific files included in MultiBootUSB. The configuration files are modified dynamically during installation so that user get the distro’s all available default boot options.
MultiBootUSB ships all dependency binary in the final executable which means that you can run standalone version in any distro to get the job done.
Syslinux is used as default boot loader for making your USB bootable. The selection of boot loader is carefully chosen as many distros uses isolinux or syslinux in their ISOs. MultiBootUSB ships with different verion of syslinux to reduce incompatibility and install exact distro specif syslinux. This enables MultiBootUSB to configure, update and modify distro specific configuration files easily.
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
Download the latest version from the official site
Install. Double click on the downloaded file