Yay for isolinux hybrid mode!
Last month as I was running isotostick to copy an Ubuntu 8.04 image to my USB stick, I was thinking to myself "why do we have to mount the ISO image and do file-based copies? Why can't the hard drive bootsector read a CDROM image directly?" And lo and behold, now it can. Thanks for that!
Feature request, if possible
I've managed to get isolinux/memdisk working. I made up my own boot cd with different images.. My question is: can you make memdisk boot ISO images? I know this sounds kind of rendunant, but I need to boot linux, msdos(ancient :), but still needed) & maybe geexbox(geexbox.org), which is provided as ISO image, and I wouldn't want to break it down... Can you help me?
A very good program for multi booting
A very good program for multi booting. I use it boot linux, windows. I also made cdrom with multiple boot images. It works just fine.
A program to create maps for Garmin devices from OpenStreetMap data.
A fast little Web server for embedding.