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transam02
2011-03-31T07:56:31Z

Here is a great program that will allow you to put multiple linux and bootable media on a single usb drive. I know I had like 10-15 bootable live cds. This program help me put all of them all on one usb drive. Here is a link to there site  http://sites.google.com/site/shamurxboot/   Go there and take a look at this program. It has a list of the prgrams that is capable of using and even a link in the program to go and download them. Also check out the forums on some of the live cds not listed in the program. Here is that link  http://reboot.pro/forum/126/  I found this and thought I would share with you guys. Enjoy

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realneil
2011-03-31T10:50:02Z

Thanks for the link. I'll check it out later on after my deprivation therapy.

rrplay
2011-03-31T12:03:36Z

thanks for the link

a will most likely give it a go there are several 'tools' that I use and would like to combine them on a 2gb stick.

transam02
2011-03-31T12:30:32Z

No Problem guys 

rrplay
2011-04-20T17:45:21Z

transam02 wrote:

Here is a great program that will allow you to put multiple linux and bootable media on a single usb drive. I know I had like 10-15 bootable live cds. This program help me put all of them all on one usb drive. Here is a link to there site  http://sites.google.com/site/shamurxboot/   Go there and take a look at this program. It has a list of the prgrams that is capable of using and even a link in the program to go and download them. Also check out the forums on some of the live cds not listed in the program. Here is that link  http://reboot.pro/forum/126/  I found this and thought I would share with you guys. Enjoy

gave this app a try and installed several commonly used apps similar to the ones shown in the sreenies shown here http://sites.google.com/site/shamurxboot/tips-tricks Like Clonezila  memtest Seagate tools NT Paswd Gparted  etc along with a Linux live cd

you can even burn a DVD & you would like to try a bit of Linux Distro hopping as well...just depends a bit as to what Emulation is required >>on the tips page they are referring to the Linux Mint version based on Ubuntu which will load with Linux _ Ubuntu Emulation the Debian release of Mint will not work this way .all in all a great way to load several images on a key &  save burning disc esp with some apps /and distros that change quite frequently

***another app that may come in handy is in case Windows  'barks ' about reformatting your drive is

HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool - v2.1.8 http://download.cnet.com/HP-USB-Disk-Storage-Format-Tool/3000-2094_4-10974082.html

thanks transam02 for sharing this nifty app[Y]