I want to create a bootable flash drive that will boot and install the slackware 13.0 distro, except that I need to be able to do it from a Windows system for a Linux install. Here's what the Linux version does(from a web page written by Eric Hameleers, who also wrote the script):
"This directory contains a script (create_multipartboot.sh) and several other files that will transform your USB stick into a bootable Slackware installer. The script creates an multi-partition image file (hence the script's filename), which you need to copy onto a USB stick.
A (small) FAT partition contains the slackware setup program and the
bootable code, while the rest of the available space will be used up by a 'ext2' formatted partition in which as much Slackware packages are stored as can fit."
This is found at http://connie.slackware.com/~alien/t...binstall/13.0/
Is it possible to do this in Windows?