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Thread: How best to mount .iso to usb?

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    beew is offline I Ubuntu, Therefore, I Am
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    Re: How best to mount .iso to usb?

    Quote Originally Posted by desperado665 View Post
    Or try the Universal USB installer from Penlinux. It works great.

    http://www.pendrivelinux.com/univers...easy-as-1-2-3/

    It only works on Windows. Most of pendrivelinux's tutorials are useless if you are already running Linux as most of them work only in Windows (If I am running Linux already am I supposed to borrow a Windows machine or get into a Windows partition to make a Linux live usb? That website kinds of annoys me . )
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    Re: How best to mount .iso to usb?

    Some food for thought there, thank you.

    I went ahead and did a complete install on dad's Samsung N140. He was tearing his hair out at how slow Windows 7 was and since he hadn't any data on it anyway we lost nothing by doing it. I am typing this on his install now.

    I think I did an install via Wubi, however, on my netbook. I thought it was dual boot but now I realise it isn't.

    Anyway, I have my head around the mounting of the iso and had even considered buying some cheap 1Gb sticks and making them permanent mounts because I return to India soon where I have a really crappy 2G connection and downloading the installer again would probably take a week!

    Thanks for the discussion on this.
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