Utility to create a bootable FAT filesystem
Makebootfat is a command line utility able to create bootable USB disks
using the FAT filesystem and syslinux.
Makebootfat is the most advanced tool available able to make bootable
USB disks. It is able to autodetect/partition/format/populate the USB
disk in a single step without any user interaction. It's also able to
create disk images which are compatible with all the three standards
USB-FDD, USB-HDD and USB-ZIP at the same time.
makebootfat is a command line tool part of the AdvanceCD
project able to make bootable FAT filesystems.
It runs in Linux, Windows and in all the other
Unix like platforms.
The official site of AdvanceCD and makebootfat is:
Debian README for makebootfat package
These basic steps worked for the maintainer to create your a bootable dos
usb-stick. Just replace <your_usb_stick> with sda/sdb/sdc or whatever matches
your usb stick device.
Partition your usb-stick such that it has one primary dos partition, then
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This utility creates a bootable FAT filesystem and populates
it with files and boot tools.
It is mainly designed to create bootable USB and Fixed disk
for the AdvanceCD pro
makebootfat (1.4-5) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix link to freedos documentation (Closes: #616469)
This package was debianized by Soeren Sonnenburg <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
It was downloaded from http://
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