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Create Bootable USB Flash Drive from ISO Image (with UEFI Support)

Update: If you’re looking for Windows 10 UEFI installation, take a look at the addendum at the end of the post! Although there are a lot of applications for creating a bootable flash drive using an ISO image (such as UNetBootin), not many of them support the creation of a bootable flash drive that can be used …

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Automount NTFS Partitions with All Permissions

Somethings really need to be burned onto the inside of my skull., since I forget them ALL the time. This is especially true for Linux commands for trivial tasks. Automounting NTFS partitions with execution permission in Linux is one of those things for me. Here’s how to do it in Linux Mint (or probably any other …

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