Create bootable USB stick with the image of installing CentOS / Redhat 5.x (ISO2USB)

In some older tutorials I show how to create and install si The USB Stick (Memory Stick) - .

ISO2USB It is a utility-like application WinToFlashOnly that it help us create USB drives botabile cu installation image operating systems / RedHat.
Before we get to create the USB stick installation image, we must have ISO installation image or DVD system installer. In addition, a USB stick greater 4GB. Preferably 8GB.

How create bootable USB stick with CentOS / RedHat ISO.

1. Download ISO2USB (Utility which make the stick bootable and help us copy the installation files ISO)

2. online and format USB server FAT32. (Merge and Quick Format).

format FAT32

CAREFUL! During formatting all data on the memory stick will be deleted!

3. ISO2USB run the application. Select the ISO image Installation and "Drive"USB memory point. If you have several USB memory connected, go to the" Computer "to make sure you start copying stick to be.

ISO2USB - HowTo

4. Click OK and wait until the copy and instalateaza bootloaderCPC USB memory.

Copy Files to USB Linux Installation

This process can take several minutes. Depending on the write speed of USB memory.

5. Finally read carefully CentOS installation instructions on USB stick. Disconnect the stick and click "Exit".

If you are not careful and do not select to install partitions in order "Advanced Bootloader"Chances are GRUBCPC to be installed on USB stick.

ISO2USB - CentOS - RedHat Linux

ISO2USB Creates bootable utility USB drive from CentOS / RedHat installation 5.x Corresponding drive or ISO image. Created USB drive may be used to perform installation on machines That Lacks optical drive. Custom installation disks (with kickstart configuration files) is the fully supported. - project page.

- CentOS / Redhat 5.x to USB - ISO2USB.

Create bootable USB stick with the image of installing CentOS / Redhat 5.x (ISO2USB)

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