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Rufus - Create Bootable USB Flash Drive

  •    C

Rufus is a utility that helps format and create bootable USB flash drives. It can be especially useful for cases where you need to create USB installation media from bootable ISOs (Windows, Linux, UEFI, etc.), you need to flash a BIOS or other firmware from DOS, you need to work on a system that doesn't have an OS installed.

grub-iso-multiboot - grab a .iso, put in a folder, boot it up.

  •    Shell

Also check these projects, they have the same goal as this one.

efifs - EFI FileSystem drivers

  •    C

This is a GPLv3+ implementation of standalone EFI File System drivers, based on the GRUB 2.0 read-only drivers. If QEMU is installed, the Visual Studio solution will set up and test the drivers using QEMU (by also downloading a sample image for each target file system). Note however that VS debugging expects a 64-bit version of QEMU to be installed in C:\Program Files\qemu\ (which you can download here). If that is not the case, you should edit .msvc\debug.vbs accordingly.




grml-plus - Script to add grml (from grml.org) and more stuff to a USB key

  •    Shell

This repo is no longer maintained. Users are advised to switch to usb-modboot instead. It provides all the features in grml-plus, and more. To make the migration easier, a special module is provided which can be used to integrate existing grml-plus menus into the usb-modboot menu, as well as boot usb-modboot via grml-plus' USB-Loader media.

glim - GRUB Live ISO Multiboot

  •    Shell

GLIM is a set of grub configuration files to turn a simple VFAT formatted USB memory stick with many GNU/Linux distribution ISO images into a neat device from which many different Live environments can be used. My experience has been that the safest filesystem to use is FAT32 (surprisingly!), though it will mean that ISO images greater than 4GB won't be supported. Other filesystems supported by GRUB2 also work, such as ext3/ext4 and even NTFS, but the boot of the distributions must also support it, which isn't the case for many with NTFS, for instance. So FAT32 stays the safe bet.


AIO-Boot - AIO Boot is an All-in-One bootable software for USB and HDD

  •    Batchfile

AIO Boot is an All-in-One bootable software for USB and HDD. Is one of the best Multiboot USB Creator for Windows. AIO Boot own unique features, advanced and friendly. You can download AIO Boot and experience now.

beeOS - an os for bees

  •    Rust

Well, have you ever wanted some computer which just prints the bee movie script? Now you have the possibility to.