Creating a windows 7 self updating hardware independent image

It is possble to autostart the shellscript autoclone in a persistent live drive with Lubuntu and mkusb to install an operating system automatically, which is convenient if you maintain several operatings systems at different places.autoclone is 'replacing' the interactive shellscript dus alias mkusb-dus, and calls the executing shellscript dus-live.Instead it is recommended to keep most program packages as they are, and only upgrade packages when really necessary.

Downloading and using mkusb-installer works with several linux distros. This method is independent of the Debian - Ubuntu tools for installation.

See this link for more details https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/From USBStick Tools like the Startup Disk Creator and Unetbootin assume you have a USB drive partitioned with a FAT32 file system and pick the content (file by file) of the iso file and enter it into the FAT32 file system. This process is much more complicated and prone to problems than cloning an iso file or compressed image file.

This is why they might not be ready for a new release (if the configuration of the booting has been changed since the previous release).

It can also be used for other system tasks and can be a first step from Windows.

See this link, If the file manager alias file browser is automatically started when a partition is mounted, several windows might clutter the desktop when mkusb is working, particularly when creating a persistent live drive.

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