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Everest home - to iso? or how to slip apps to live linux?

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#1 Barbara.S


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Posted 01 February 2015 - 04:32 AM

What I looking for is to build diagnostic cd with several aplication of my choice.
for example - everest,antivir and so on.I figured out how to make a multi iso usb drive but i need each program to be an iso /img file so i could run it from dos (under uefi) in efi mode .
1.So my question is can make an iso file out of random software ?
2. how to add my apps to a live linux distro(do I need a specific version of'em -penapps or linux version)
3. how to slip those apps to an iso of linux?
4.where to add efi folder(and where to find it in the net) to iso to be able to boot linux in efi ?
5. would the same bootable pen work under newest uefi and oldest bios?
I know the problem is very complex but I apreciate every sugestion.

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#2 shanepearce


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Posted 01 February 2015 - 05:20 AM

you maybe better off making a windows live usb stick
This process allows you to create a live Windows USB drive that functions like a live Linux USB drive. You can boot it on any computer. The operating system’s files and programs stay on the external drive and follow you around.

WinToUSB is a free software that allows you to install and run Windows operating system on a USB hard drive or USB flash drive, using an ISO image or CD/DVD drive as the source of installation. In the newest version you can clone current Windows OS (Windows 7 or later) to a USB drive as a Windows To Go Workspace. WinToUSB also support creating bootable WinPE USB drive, it can help you to transfer the contents of WinPE to the USB drive and make the drive bootable.

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Posted 01 February 2015 - 05:40 AM

shane you're right :-) if only windows was a free disto XD

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Posted 01 February 2015 - 08:34 AM

If you have a Windows 7 or later computer look at Aoemi PE builder. You can build a PE disk that will boot to a Windows desktop .You can add any tools you want as long as they can run as a portable apps.

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