In the next tutorial, I will teach you how to use a tool called Yumi which will help us in the function of to Create a Booteeable USB | like different Linux Live distros at the same time.
This will allow us, in a single PenDrive, to carry more than one Linux Live distro to be able to run directly on any PC with Booteo option from USB.
Yumi is a tool of open source, Therefore it is totally free, it is available for Windows and is very similar in use to UNetbootin.
The big difference with this tool, is that we will be able to record more than one iso on the same USB stick in order to select from a boot type selector window, with which operating system to boot the system.
The first thing we need to do is select the letter of the unit to which we have connected the USB memory or the hard disk that we want to use to record the different Linux distros in format Live, Once the letter of the corresponding unit has been selected, we must select from a list conveniently organized by distros, utilities, distros by Netbooks or even system tools, the iso to download directly from the application.
Once we have selected and downloaded the Linux Live distributions that we want to record by making one USB booteable, We will give it to the button Create, And the application will decompress and record the iso image on ours PenDrive or selected hard drive, when finished, it will ask us if we want to add some more distro.
If we wanted to add any other distribution Linux Live, We would re-select from the list and download the corresponding iso directly from Yumi, So on we can record so many distros Linux Live as we wish or have space in the selected removable storage medium.
Yumi is responsible for recording all distributions Linux Live that we want in a single storage medium, and to create one grub or boot selection system, In which the first option always by default will be to boot from the hard drive of the personal computer, so that way if nops forgets the USB place, the computer after the relevant seconds will boot equally from the disk carry.
An application more than recommended, even indispensable I would say for all those users who are passionate about testing the new versions of the best distributions Linux Live ed the present and some classics of the past.
More information – How to create Live CD from a Linux distro with UNetbootin
Download – Yumi