Assets 4
  • Use msftdata for GPT partition

AppImages are portable and contain most needed dependencies. They are built on Debian 7 and should work on any modern Linux.

Download windows2usb-0.1.5-i686.AppImage if you have 32 bit OS or windows2usb-0.1.5-x86_64.AppImage for 64 bit OS, set execute bit (either with file manager or by running chmod +x windows2usb-*.AppImage) and run it from the terminal.

You can determine which OS you're on by executing uname -m.

@ValdikSS ValdikSS released this May 27, 2018 · 3 commits to master since this release

Assets 4
  • Create partition label from ISO label
  • Check that ISO file and device exist
  • [AppImage] use autofsync to prevent bufferbloat

AppImages are portable and contain most needed dependencies. They are built on Debian 7 and should work on any modern Linux.

Download windows2usb-0.1.4-i686.AppImage if you have 32 bit OS or windows2usb-0.1.4-x86_64.AppImage for 64 bit OS, set execute bit (either with file manager or by running chmod +x windows2usb-*.AppImage) and run it from the terminal.

You can determine which OS you're on by executing uname -m.

@ValdikSS ValdikSS released this May 7, 2018 · 5 commits to master since this release

Assets 4
  • Fix detection of install.wim > 4GiB, fixes #2

AppImages are portable and contain most needed dependencies. They are built on Debian 7 and should work on any modern Linux.

Download windows2usb-0.1.3-i686.AppImage if you have 32 bit OS or windows2usb-0.1.3-x86_64.AppImage for 64 bit OS, set execute bit (either with file manager or by running chmod +x windows2usb-*.AppImage) and run it from the terminal.

You can determine which OS you're on by executing uname -m.

@ValdikSS ValdikSS released this May 4, 2018 · 6 commits to master since this release

Assets 4
  • Handle relative paths before running pkexec, fixes #1

AppImages are portable and contain most needed dependencies. They are built on Debian 7 and should work on any modern Linux.

Download windows2usb-0.1.2-i686.AppImage if you have 32 bit OS or windows2usb-0.1.2-x86_64.AppImage for 64 bit OS, set execute bit (either with file manager or by running chmod +x windows2usb-*.AppImage) and run it from the terminal.

You can determine which OS you're on by executing uname -m.

@ValdikSS ValdikSS released this May 1, 2018 · 8 commits to master since this release

Assets 4
  • Extract UEFI bootloader from install.wim if it's missing in iso root (for Windows 7)
  • Better handling of ctrl+c and errors

AppImages are portable and contain most needed dependencies. They are built on Debian 7 and should work on any modern Linux.

Download windows2usb-0.1.1-i686.AppImage if you have 32 bit OS or windows2usb-0.1.1-x86_64.AppImage for 64 bit OS, set execute bit (either with file manager or by running chmod +x windows2usb-*.AppImage) and run it from the terminal.

You can determine which OS you're on by executing uname -m.

@ValdikSS ValdikSS released this Apr 30, 2018 · 12 commits to master since this release

Assets 4

AppImages are portable and contain most needed dependencies. They are built on Debian 7 and should work on any modern Linux.

Download windows2usb-i686.AppImage if you have 32 bit OS or windows2usb-x86_64.AppImage for 64 bit OS, set execute bit (either with file manager or by running chmod +x windows2usb-*.AppImage) and run it from the terminal.

You can determine which OS you're on by executing uname -m.