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A new bootable USB solution.


Ventoy

Ventoy is an open source tool to create bootable USB drive for ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files.
With ventoy, you don't need to format the disk over and over, you just need to copy the image files to the USB drive and boot it. You can copy many image files at a time and ventoy will give you a boot menu to select them.
You can also browse ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files in local disk and boot them.
x86 Legacy BIOS, IA32 UEFI, x86_64 UEFI, ARM64 UEFI and MIPS64EL UEFI are supported in the same way.
Both MBR and GPT partition style are supported in the same way.
Most type of OS supported(Windows/WinPE/Linux/Unix/ChromeOS/Vmware/Xen...)
1200+ ISO files are tested (List). 90%+ distros in distrowatch.com supported (Details).

Official Website: https://www.ventoy.net

Tested OS

Windows
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 11, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019, Windows Server 2022, WinPE

Linux
Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS(6/7/8/9), RHEL(6/7/8/9), Deepin, Fedora, Rocky Linux, AlmaLinux, EuroLinux(6/7/8/9), openEuler, OpenAnolis, SLES, openSUSE, MX Linux, Manjaro, Linux Mint, Endless OS, Elementary OS, Solus, Linx, Zorin, antiX, PClinuxOS, Arch, ArcoLinux, ArchLabs, BlackArch, Obarun, Artix Linux, Puppy Linux, Tails, Slax, Kali, Mageia, Slackware, Q4OS, Archman, Gentoo, Pentoo, NixOS, Kylin, openKylin, Ubuntu Kylin, KylinSec, Lubuntu, Xubuntu, Kubuntu, Ubuntu MATE, Ubuntu Budgie, Ubuntu Studio, Bluestar, OpenMandriva, ExTiX, Netrunner, ALT Linux, Nitrux, Peppermint, KDE neon, Linux Lite, Parrot OS, Qubes, Pop OS, ROSA, Void Linux, Star Linux, EndeavourOS, MakuluLinux, Voyager, Feren, ArchBang, LXLE, Knoppix, Calculate Linux, Clear Linux, Pure OS, Oracle Linux, Trident, Septor, Porteus, Devuan, GoboLinux, 4MLinux, Simplicity Linux, Zeroshell, Android-x86, netboot.xyz, Slitaz, SuperGrub2Disk, Proxmox VE, Kaspersky Rescue, SystemRescueCD, MemTest86, MemTest86+, MiniTool Partition Wizard, Parted Magic, veket, Sabayon, Scientific, alpine, ClearOS, CloneZilla, Berry Linux, Trisquel, Ataraxia Linux, Minimal Linux Live, BackBox Linux, Emmabuntüs, ESET SysRescue Live,Nova Linux, AV Linux, RoboLinux, NuTyX, IPFire, SELKS, ZStack, Enso Linux, Security Onion, Network Security Toolkit, Absolute Linux, TinyCore, Springdale Linux, Frost Linux, Shark Linux, LinuxFX, Snail Linux, Astra Linux, Namib Linux, Resilient Linux, Virage Linux, Blackweb Security OS, R-DriveImage, O-O.DiskImage, Macrium, ToOpPy LINUX, GNU Guix, YunoHost, foxclone, siduction, Adelie Linux, Elive, Pardus, CDlinux, AcademiX, Austrumi, Zenwalk, Anarchy, DuZeru, BigLinux, OpenMediaVault, Ubuntu DP, Exe GNU/Linux, 3CX Phone System, KANOTIX, Grml, Karoshi, PrimTux, ArchStrike, CAELinux, Cucumber, Fatdog, ForLEx, Hanthana, Kwort, MiniNo, Redcore, Runtu, Asianux, Clu Linux Live, Uruk, OB2D, BlueOnyx, Finnix, HamoniKR, Parabola, LinHES, LinuxConsole, BEE free, Untangle, Pearl, Thinstation, TurnKey, tuxtrans, Neptune, HefftorLinux, GeckoLinux, Mabox Linux, Zentyal, Maui, Reborn OS, SereneLinux , SkyWave Linux, Kaisen Linux, Regata OS, TROM-Jaro, DRBL Linux, Chalet OS, Chapeau, Desa OS, BlankOn, OpenMamba, Frugalware, Kibojoe Linux, Revenge OS, Tsurugi Linux, Drauger OS, Hash Linux, gNewSense, Ikki Boot, SteamOS, Hyperbola, VyOS, EasyNAS, SuperGamer, Live Raizo, Swift Linux, RebeccaBlackOS, Daphile, CRUX, Univention, Ufficio Zero, Rescuezilla, Phoenix OS, Garuda Linux, Mll, NethServer, OSGeoLive, Easy OS, Volumio, FreedomBox, paldo, UBOS, Recalbox, batocera, Lakka, LibreELEC, Pardus Topluluk, Pinguy, KolibriOS, Elastix, Arya, Omoikane, Omarine, Endian Firewall, Hamara, Rocks Cluster, MorpheusArch, Redo, Slackel, SME Server, APODIO, Smoothwall, Dragora, Linspire, Secure-K OS, Peach OSI, Photon, Plamo, SuperX, Bicom, Ploplinux, HP SPP, LliureX, Freespire, DietPi, BOSS, Webconverger, Lunar, TENS, Source Mage, RancherOS, T2, Vine, Pisi, blackPanther, mAid, Acronis, Active.Boot, AOMEI, Boot.Repair, CAINE, DaRT, EasyUEFI, R-Drive, PrimeOS, Avira Rescue System, bitdefender, Checkra1n Linux, Lenovo Diagnostics, Clover, Bliss-OS, Lenovo BIOS Update, Arcabit Rescue Disk, MiyoLinux, TeLOS, Kerio Control, RED OS, OpenWrt, MocaccinoOS, EasyStartup, Pyabr, Refracta, Eset SysRescue, Linpack Xtreme, Archcraft, NHVBOOT, pearOS, SeaTools, Easy Recovery Essentional, iKuai, StorageCraft SCRE, ZFSBootMenu, TROMjaro, BunsenLabs, Todo en Uno, ChallengerOS, Nobara, Holo, CachyOS, Peux OS, Vanilla OS, ShredOS, paladin, Palen1x, dban, ReviOS, HelenOS, XeroLinux, Tiny 11, chimera linux, CuteFish, DragonOs, Rhino Linux, vanilladpup, crystal, IGELOS, MiniOS, gnoppix, PikaOS, ......

Unix
DragonFly, FreeBSD, pfSense, GhostBSD, FreeNAS, TrueNAS, XigmaNAS, FuryBSD, OPNsense, HardenedBSD, MidnightBSD, ClonOS, EmergencyBootKit

ChromeOS
FydeOS, CloudReady, ChromeOS Flex

Other
VMware ESXi, Citrix XenServer, Xen XCP-ng

Tested Image Report

How to report a successfully tested image file

Ventoy Browser

With Ventoy, you can also browse ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files in local disk and boot them. Notes

VentoyPlugson

A GUI Ventoy plugin configurator. VentoyPlugson

Features

  • 100% open source
  • Simple to use
  • Fast (limited only by the speed of copying iso file)
  • Can be installed in USB/Local Disk/SSD/NVMe/SD Card
  • Directly boot from ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files, no extraction needed
  • Support to browse and boot ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files in local disk
  • No need to be continuous in disk for ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files
  • MBR and GPT partition style supported (1.0.15+)
  • x86 Legacy BIOS, IA32 UEFI, x86_64 UEFI, ARM64 UEFI, MIPS64EL UEFI supported
  • IA32/x86_64 UEFI Secure Boot supported (1.0.07+)
  • Linux Persistence supported (1.0.11+)
  • Windows auto installation supported (1.0.09+)
  • Linux auto installation supported (1.0.09+)
  • Variables Expansion supported for Windows/Linux auto installation script
  • FAT32/exFAT/NTFS/UDF/XFS/Ext2(3)(4) supported for main partition
  • ISO files larger than 4GB supported
  • Menu alias, Menu tip message supported
  • Password protect supported
  • Native boot menu style for Legacy & UEFI
  • Most types of OS supported, 1200+ iso files tested
  • Linux vDisk boot supported
  • Not only boot but also complete installation process
  • Menu dynamically switchable between List/TreeView mode
  • "Ventoy Compatible" concept
  • Plugin Framework and GUI plugin configurator
  • Injection files to runtime environment
  • Boot configuration file dynamically replacement
  • Highly customizable theme and menu
  • USB drive write-protected support
  • USB normal use unaffected
  • Data nondestructive during version upgrade
  • No need to update Ventoy when a new distro is released

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Installation Instructions

See https://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_start.html for detailed instructions.

Compile Instructions

Please refer to BuildVentoyFromSource.txt

Document

TitleLink
Install & Updatehttps://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_start.html
Browse/Boot Files In Local Diskhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_browser.html
Secure Boothttps://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_secure.html
Customize Themehttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_theme.html
Global Controlhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_control.html
Image Listhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_imagelist.html
Auto Installationhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_autoinstall.html
Injection Pluginhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_injection.html
Persistence Supporthttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_persistence.html
Boot WIM filehttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_wimboot.html
Windows VHD Boothttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_vhdboot.html
Linux vDisk Boothttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_vtoyboot.html
DUD Pluginhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_dud.html
Password Pluginhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_password.html
Conf Replace Pluginhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_bootconf_replace.html
Menu Classhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_menuclass.html
Menu Aliashttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_menualias.html
Menu Extensionhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/plugin_grubmenu.html
Memdisk Modehttps://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_memdisk.html
TreeView Modehttps://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_treeview.html
Disk Layout MBRhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_disk_layout.html
Disk Layout GPThttps://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_disk_layout_gpt.html
Search Configurationhttps://www.ventoy.net/en/doc_search_path.html

FAQ

See https://www.ventoy.net/en/faq.html for detail

Forum

https://forums.ventoy.net

Donation

It would be much appreciated if you want to make a small donation to support my work!
Alipay, WeChat Pay, PayPal and Bitcoin are available for donation. You can choose any of them.

AlipayWeChat Pay

PayPal
You can transfer to my paypal account [email protected] or just click https://www.paypal.me/ventoy

Bitcoin
Bitcoin Address 19mZDWzZgzkHCi9YX9H3fYCUuCHq3W6wfT

xrdp: an open source RDP server


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xrdp - an open source RDP server

Overview

xrdp provides a graphical login to remote machines using Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). xrdp accepts connections from a variety of RDP clients:

  • FreeRDP
  • rdesktop
  • KRDC
  • NeutrinoRDP
  • Windows MSTSC (Microsoft Terminal Services Client, aka mstsc.exe)
  • Microsoft Remote Desktop (found on Microsoft Store, which is distinct from MSTSC)

Many of these work on some or all of Windows, Mac OS, iOS, and/or Android.

RDP transport is encrypted using TLS by default.

demo

Features

Remote Desktop Access

  • Connect to a Linux desktop using RDP from anywhere (requires xorgxrdp Xorg module)
  • Reconnect to an existing session
  • Session resizing (both on-connect and on-the-fly)
  • RDP/VNC proxy (connect to another RDP/VNC server via xrdp)

Access to Remote Resources

Supported Platforms

xrdp primarily targets GNU/Linux operating system. x86 (including x86-64) and ARM processors are most mature architecture to run xrdp on. See also Platform Support Tier.

Some components such as xorgxrdp and RemoteFX codec have special optimization for x86 using SIMD instructions. So running xrdp on x86 processors will get fully accelerated experience.

Quick Start

Most Linux distributions should distribute the latest release of xrdp in their repository. You would need xrdp and xorgxrdp packages for the best experience. It is recommended that xrdp depends on xorgxrdp, so it should be sufficient to install xrdp. If xorgxrdp is not provided, use Xvnc server.

xrdp listens on 3389/tcp. Make sure your firewall accepts connection to 3389/tcp from where you want to access.

Ubuntu / Debian

apt install xrdp

Fedora, RHEL and derivatives

If you're not running Fedora, make sure to enable EPEL packages first.

dnf install epel-release

(All systems) Install xrdp with:-

dnf install xrdp

Compiling

See also https://github.com/neutrinolabs/xrdp/wiki#building-from-sources

Prerequisites

To compile xrdp from the packaged sources, you need basic build tools - a compiler (gcc or clang) and the make program. Additionally, you would need openssl-devel, pam-devel, libX11-devel, libXfixes-devel, libXrandr-devel. More additional software would be needed depending on your configuration.

To compile xrdp from a checked out git repository, you would additionally need autoconf, automake, libtool and pkg-config.

Get the source and build it

If compiling from the packaged source, unpack the tarball and change to the resulting directory.

If compiling from a checked out repository, please make sure you've got the submodules cloned too (use git clone --recursive https://github.com/neutrinolabs/xrdp)

Then run following commands to compile and install xrdp:

./bootstrap./configuremakesudo make install

If you want to use audio redirection, you need to build and install additional pulseaudio modules. The build instructions can be found at wiki.

Directory Structure

xrdp common ······ common code docs ········ documentation fontutils ··· font handling utilities genkeymap ··· keymap generator instfiles ··· installable data file keygen ······ xrdp RSA key pair generator libpainter ·· painter library librfxcodec · RFX codec library libxrdp ····· core RDP protocol implementation m4 ·········· Autoconf macros mc ·········· media center module neutrinordp · RDP client module for proxying RDP connections using NeutrinoRDP pkgconfig ··· pkg-config configuration scripts ····· build scripts sesman ······ session manager for xrdp| chansrv ···· channel server for xrdp| libsesman ·· Code common to sesman and its related executables| tools ······ session management tools for sys admins tests ······· tests for the code tools ······· tools| devel ······ development tools| gtcp_proxy GTK app that forwards TCP connections to a remote host| tcp_proxy · CLI app that forwards TCP connections to a remote host vnc ········· VNC client module for xrdp vrplayer ···· QT player redirecting video/audio to clients over xrdpvr channel xrdp ········ main server code xrdpapi ····· virtual channel API xrdpvr ······ API for playing media over RDP xup ········· xorgxrdp client module

Android application for running Windows applications with Wine and Box86/Box64


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Winlator

Winlator is an Android application that lets you to run Windows (x86_64) applications with Wine and Box86/Box64.

Installation

  1. Download and install the APK (Winlator_7.0.apk) from GitHub Releases
  2. Launch the app and wait for the installation process to finish

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Useful Tips

  • If you are experiencing performance issues, try changing the Box86/Box64 preset in Container Settings -> Advanced Tab.
  • For applications that use .NET Framework, try installing Wine Mono found in Start Menu -> System Tools.
  • If some older games don't open, try adding the environment variable MESA_EXTENSION_MAX_YEAR=2003 in Container Settings -> Environment Variables.
  • Try running the games using the shortcut on the Winlator home screen, there you can define individual settings for each game.
  • To speed up the installers, try changing the Box86/Box64 preset to Intermediate in Container Settings -> Advanced Tab.

Credits and Third-party apps

Many thanks to ptitSeb (Box86/Box64), Danylo (Turnip), alexvorxx (Mods/Tips) and others. Thank you to all the people who believe in this project.