The MagicBootUSB bootable image makes it possible to boot Linux systems from a USB storage device even on computers whose BIOS do not support USB booting. It will always load the correct kernel and initrd from the USB disk; it does not need to be changed for running different kernel versions or systems.
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Release Notes: In this release, a feature has been added to drop into a shell if the "c" key is pressed. btrfs on the boot partition is now supported. The updated binary image is based on a new kernel version, 3.2.4.
Release Notes: This version introduces boot menu support. This lets you select what to boot from entries found in the GRUB configuration file.