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Easily create a multi-boot LiveUSB environment with this simple and free application

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LICENSE TYPE:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
OUR RATING:
4.0/5
DEVELOPED BY:
Fabre Fran├žois
USER RATING:
3.7/5 11
HOMEPAGE:
liveusb.info
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Linux Distributions
2 MultiSystem Screenshots:
MultiSystem - The boot menu of the MultiSystem Live CD operating systemMultiSystem - The MultiSystem application on top of the Unity desktop environment
MultiSystem (formerly MultiBoot) is an open source and completely free graphical application and computer operating system that lets users easily create a multi-boot environment on a LiveUSB device.

The project is ideal for users who want to explore different Live GNU/Linux operating systems without installing them on their computers. It is also used to create projects like Linux AIO Ubuntu, Linux AIO Fedora, Linux AIO Debian, 4MLinux Multiboot Edition or 4MRescueKit.

Distributed as a Live CD or a source package

MultiSystem is an unique software that is currently distributed as a Live CD ISO image that lets users to use the software from a live USB/CD without installing anything on their computers. It is also available for download as a source package that needs to be compiled prior to installing it.

The MultiSystem Live CD is available in the English and French languages, bootable on computers supporting either of the 32-bit or 64-bit CPU architectures. From the boot prompt, the user can change the language using the F2 key, start the live system with normal settings or in safe graphics mode, boot an existing OS, run a memory test, or check the bootable medium for defects (only if booting from the CD).

Based on Ubuntu Linux, using Unity

The MultiSystem Live CD is based on the Ubuntu Linux operating system and uses the Unity desktop environment. The MultiSystem application will be automatically opened when you arrived on the desktop, so you don’t have to waste your time searching it.

To create a multi-boot environment on a USB stick, simply connect the device to the computer where you run the live system, download the ISO images that you want to insert in the USB flash drive, from the Internet, add the ISO images and create the multi-boot Live USB.

MultiSystem was reviewed by , last updated on January 5th, 2015

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