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What is your favorite app that doesn't have a good open source alternative?
11 projects | /r/fossdroid | 24 Jun 2023
Last but not least there is also Ventoy. Short explanation: Install Ventoy to a usb drive, put all your isos in one folder on that drive. Now when you boot that usb drive you will see the ventoy menu, and it will allow you to boot any of the isos you put in the folder. Very handy.
Thinking of purchasing a 4080 laptop and replacing W11 with KDE plasma
5 projects | /r/linux_gaming | 17 May 2023
Overall, don't be afraid to switch distro (use Ventoy, load a few ISOs just in case), try to make sure you have an easy way of backing up your stuff (be it with a separate /home partition, or like I do with storing everything important in a separate drive and then using symlink to make it 'appear' in their 'default' places), and you can always use VM in a pinch (consult this guide or use quickemu or gnome-boxes)
Wanting to ditch windows 10 in favor of linux
4 projects | /r/linux_gaming | 15 May 2023
I recommend using Ventoy, and drag in the top general distro (Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, Zorin, Manjaro) and the top distro for gaming (Nobara, PopOS, Garuda). If you want to have a user experience similar to SteamOS Desktop Mode, use the KDE version of the distro (Kubuntu, Nobara KDE, Manjaro KDE, Garuda Dragonfire).
[question] I would like to jailbreak my old iPhone SE, its current software version is 13.2, I would like to turn it into an emulator, but I'm having trouble doing so, Any help or info I would greatly appreciate
3 projects | /r/jailbreak | 16 Apr 2023
first off, hop onto your windows pc and download ventoy https://github.com/ventoy/Ventoy/releases/download/v1.0.91/ventoy-1.0.91-windows.zip
Iso auf Stick bauen - Probleme ....
3 projects | /r/de_EDV | 31 Mar 2023
Which one should i choose?
2 projects | /r/Ubuntu | 22 Mar 2023
Install Ventoy onto a USB stick. Then, copy onto the stick the ISOs from as many (or as few) Linux distributions as you want: Ubuntu, Mint, Lubuntu, etc. (Lubuntu is a flavour of Ubuntu designed for low-spec computers.)
Switching from Manjaroo. Let's install it !
3 projects | /r/linuxmasterrace | 20 Mar 2023
You could bypass those issues with Ventoy, which allows you to simply copy .iso files to a thumbdrive and boot from them afterwards.
Can I transfer an oem Windows license to a new SSD without deleting the data from the first SSD?
2 projects | /r/techsupport | 14 Mar 2023
Additionally to what you've stated above, you can also create a multiboot USB with tools such as Ventoy MutliBoot Builder for one. I've done just this to create myself a MultiBoot USB for both Windows 10 Home and a Linux distribution.2 projects | /r/techsupport | 14 Mar 2023
So very true, but Ventoy is also completely usable to noobs as well since it's optional customizations is just that.
Ask HN: Do you use any software (mainly) developed in China?
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Feb 2023
For example I use Ventoy which makes deploying USB bootable Linux live CDs very easy, you just have to copy over the .iso file https://www.ventoy.net/en/index.html
It's also on Github https://github.com/ventoy/Ventoy
But I'd love to hear about other chinese software too that people use every day.
What are some alternatives?
Rufus - The Reliable USB Formatting Utility
etcher - Flash OS images to SD cards & USB drives, safely and easily.
multibootusb - A collection of GRUB files and scripts that will allow you to create a pendrive capable of booting different ISO files
netboot.xyz - Your favorite operating systems in one place. A network-based bootable operating system installer based on iPXE.
multibootusb - Create multiboot live Linux on a USB disk...
unetbootin - UNetbootin installs Linux/BSD distributions to a partition or USB drive
WoeUSB - A Microsoft Windows® USB installation media preparer for GNU+Linux
refindplus - A variant of the rEFInd boot manager
AppMan - Manage AppImage packages and official standalone apps from tar* and zip archives for GNU/Linux without root privileges using the ever-growing AUR-inspired database of "AM Application Manager" (now including 1700+ apps). Easy to use like APT and powerful like PacMan.
vertex-theme - Vertex is a theme for GTK 3, GTK 2, Gnome-Shell and Cinnamon
archinstall - Arch Linux installer - guided, templates etc.
WoeUSB-ng - WoeUSB-ng is a simple tool that enable you to create your own usb stick windows installer from an iso image or a real DVD. This is a rewrite of original WoeUSB.