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distro checking with Unetbootin

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I install lots of distros. Several each week. I am a self-confessed distro junky. I have a collection of ISOs that go back many years. In fact I have boxes of spools of full CDs and DVDs. Aside from the space and environmental concerns, it is an expensive and time consuming obsession. Now, I have a solution. Better late than never as they say.

My solution is a utility called Unetbootin. It allows me to copy an ISO to a usb key in less than five minutes. The usb key is bootable in the same way that a live CD or DVD would be

http://linuxcanuck.wordpress.com/2008/09/1...end-unetbootin/

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UNetbootin uses a Windows or Linux-based installer to install a small modification to the bootloader (bootmgr and bcdedit on Vista, grldr and boot.ini for NT-based systems, grub.exe and config.sys for Win9x, or grub on Linux), uses the bootloader to boot the desired distribution's installer or to load the system utility, no CD required. After the distribution has been installed, or once done using the system utility, the modification to the bootloader is then undone.

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