Linux Live USB Creator


The Linux Live USB Creator is an awesome tool that can be used to install various Linux compilations, versions and distributions to a USB Flash Drive. The end result is aBootable Live USB(in some cases with Persistence as well).  Created byThibaut Lauzière,LiLi USB Creatorformerly known as uSbuntu Live Creator, can create your Linux USB Flash Drive from a source Image, ISO or CD. It can also download the IMG or ISO for you. But it doesn't stop there. LiLi USB Creator can also install aPortable Virtualbox on the USB Device. You can then either boot the Linux installation from inside Windows emulated using Virtualbox on USB or Boot from USB natively (if your computer supports booting from USB).

Note: This is one of our favorite GUI tool for creating a Linux Flash Drive from Windows! Thibaut's work is outstanding. However, you should know that this tool was created using autoit scripts and some antivirus software WILL report false positives.

Linux Live USB Creator Screenshot

LiLi USB Creator Website: http://www.linuxliveusb.com

How to install and use Linux Live USB Creator

  1. Download Linux Live USB Creator and extract the zip to your PC
  2. Run LiLi USB Creator.exe from the Linux Live USB Creator Folder
  3. Simply follow Steps 1- 5 from the Menu. Once complete, you should have the Portable Linux Distribution you can carry with you in your pocket to run on any PC either emulated with Virtualbox Portable or natively.
The Linux Live USB Creator can currently create the following:
  • Ubuntu / Kubuntu / Xubuntu 9.10 & 9.04 Flash Drive
  • Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.10 Flash Drive
  • CentOS 5.4 Flash Drive
  • Debian Live 5.0.2 Gnome/KDE/LXDE/xFce Flash Drive
  • Damn Small linux 4.4.10 Flash Drive
  • Puppy Linux 4.3.1 Flash Drive
  • Toutou Linux 4.1.2 Flash Drive
  • Gparted Live 0.4.6-1 Flash Drive
  • Clonezilla 1.2.2-31 Flash Drive
  • Fedora 11 (KDE / Gnome) Flash Drive
  • Kuki 2.8 Flash Drive
  • Mint 6 & 7 Main Edition Flash Drive
  • Crunchbang 9.04 Standard & Lite Edition Flash Drive
  • Super OS 9.04 Flash Drive
  • Experimental .IMG file to Flash Drive Support
  • Tiny Core 2.5
  • Slitaz 2.0
  • Parted Magic 4.6
  • PCLinuxOS
  • Slax

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