ISO2USB for CentOS-RedHat 0.7 Freeware

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ISO2USB for CentOS-RedHat 0.7 FreewareISO2USB for CentOS/RedHat provides an easy to configure application that can give you a helping hand in creating bootable USB drives ready to deploy CentOS or RedHat Linux-based operating systems. Simple look, powerful options Focusing on simplicity and ease of use, this application encases all the options and settings within a single window, without menus and toolbars. The layout is clear and organized, with intelligible options and a forthright look. The purpose of this application is to help you generate bootable CDs and ISO images containing one of the above Linux distributions. ISO images are the alternative to choose in case the machine you want to install CentOS or RedHat on is not equipped with an optical drive that can read optical media (CDs and DVDs). Further configuration possibilities Due to the maximum file size limitation of FAT file systems, you might not be able to generate DVD images that exceed 4 GB. But the application provides a workaround: it enables you to use multiple CD images by adding the first in the designated field and the location of the others within the ‘Additional Files’ section. The application provides support for custom installation disks that allow kickstart configuration files and allows the image to be installed from the RS-232 serial console, offering you the possibility to adjust the baud rate. Generates bootable images with ease ISO2USB for CentOS/RedHat is very easy to work with, providing a fast way to create bootable images that can be deployed in order to install CentOS or RedHat on any machine. ISO2USB is a simple, easy to use utility designed to create bootable USB drive from CentOS / RedHat 5.x installation disk or corresponding ISO image. The created USB drive may be used to perform installation on machines that lacks optical drive. Custom installation disks (with kickstart configuration files) are fully supported.
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