mkusb - tool to create boot drives - Simple, safe, high success rate - The mkusb tool was developed to make it simpler and safer to create boot drives with the method to flash or clone an iso image or a compressed image file. It is using dd under the hood.The target is a mass storage device, often but not always a USB drive, sometimes an internal drive or an eSATA drive. - See <<a href=">">></a> - Cloning an iso file to a mass storage device makes a boot drive, provided it is a hybrid iso file, post-processed with isohybrid. See man isohybrid. This method with dd has a high success rate. It is particularly good for pre-release testing and new releases, when the standard tools like Unetbootin might not be ready (if the configuration of the booting has been changed since the previous release). mkusb can also create persistent live systems for Ubuntu family iso files with a modified 'grub-n-iso' method. - install ppa:mkusb/ppa to get access to 'usb-pack-efi' to make persistent live drives that work in UEFI mode with 32-bit iso files.

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