Create Ultimate Boot CD USB Stick

Jack L. xxjack12xx at
Tue Sep 8 09:07:40 UTC 2015

There is a usb image file that you can download that is already in a native
usb bootable format. Just dd the memstick.img to the usb stick and it works

On Mon, Sep 7, 2015 at 11:46 PM, Quartz <quartz at> wrote:

> Is there a way to create an UBCD stick from the ISO image without using
>> Linux or Windows?
> UBCD uses the SYSLINUX package (specifically ISOLINUX) to boot to the menu
> and load all its modules. I have not tested this, but it may be possible to
> download and run the SYSLINUX scripts directly under *BSD to create an
> 'empty' usb stick that just boots to a dummy menu. If that works, you can
> then just cp the config and modules from the UBCD ISO onto your stick
> afterwards and be good to go. (SYSLINUX, ISOLINUX and PXELINUX all spawn an
> identical environment, so you can literally copy and paste stuff between
> them).
> Alternatively it may be possible to just dump the contents of the ISO to a
> directory and use the SYSLINUX scripts to make a new hybrid ISO from that.
> I have a feeling this might not work though, since there has to be a reason
> UBCD didn't just use this feature themselves.
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