The best software to create Bootable USB

 

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If you want to create bootable USB sticks at computer startup you may need one of the software listed below. In fact, it often happens to put the operating system on your pen and you have to extract the file archive. If you extract it normally with an archive software (winzip, 7zip, etc.) it can happen that it does not start when the PC starts up. Then you will need to extract it and install the boot files with one of the following software

 

RUFUS [WIN + MAC + LINUX]

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It is absolutely the best software to create pens and bootable usb devices. Works with windows, linux and mac. I recommend it especially for windows and mac while for linux it’s better its dedicated netbootin software

https://rufus.ie

 

UNETBOOTIN [LINUX]

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It only works for linux. The advantage of this software is that it allows you to automatically download the most common versions of Linux distros.

https://unetbootin.github.io

 

UNIVERSAL USB INSTALLER [WINDOWS]

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It would be the possible alternative to RUFUS because USB universal only works on Windows. Although RUFUS is ideal you will never have the certainty that it starts as it should.

https://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/

 

Here’s what’s happening in Hong Kong…

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Many of you have certainly heard in recent days about the clashes between police and student demonstrators in Hong Kong. But what’s really going on? As is well known, Hong Kong is a state of its own but is a special administrative region of China.

It has its own currency, its own culture, its own political system and above all its judicial system, which includes the right to freedom of speech and of expression. Autonomy, however, has an expiration date: in 2047 it will lose the special permits of Hong Kong and China will be able to put its hands in the capitalist economic system and in the rights and freedoms of its citizens.

For an amendment to the law on extradition (the practice whereby a State delivers to another State an individual who is in its territory, but who is the object of a criminal action in the other). At the moment Hong Kong has extradition agreements with about twenty countries, but not with China. The amendment would have forced the region to hand over to China suspects from Beijing for certain crimes. Many people, however, saw the risk of new human rights violations, and the use of extradition by the Chinese as a pretext to reach political dissidents who had fled to Hong Kong (it was enough to accuse them of crimes and demand their extradition). On June 9, street protests officially began, with one million people taking to the streets.

The protesters demand the withdrawal of the amendment to the extradition law (which took place on 24 October); the establishment of an independent commission of inquiry into police violence; universal suffrage; release and amnesty for arrested protesters; the elimination of the name of “rioters”. “Five requests, not one less”, is their slogan.

Cultivate one’s own culture

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Illustration of Pawel Kuczysnki

How much does our culture influence our character and our life? A lot if what we learn influences us in an unconscious way, that is, so that in the moment in which we do something we are not aware of it.

Although some things enlighten us, we cannot put them into practice. Often the things we learn do not enter our minds and we “forget” them. Thus culture and our cultural baggage must be cultivated constantly, even a little a day …

Our soul is not formed in one blow. But you need constancy and patience. Modeling the character can take a long time. We often forget our aspirations for fatigue, for distractions, or for lack of tenacity. The book represents the icon of our soul, of our history but also of our memories. Sometimes it is mandatory to dust off certain pages of our luggage.