Software update: Ventoy 1.0.79

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Ventoy is an open source program for creating self-starting USB sticks. However, the way it does that is different from similar tools. The USB stick only needs to be prepared once and then as many ISO files can be placed on the stick as there is free space. Ventoy automatically creates a boot menu for the available ISO files. Support is present for both UEFI and legacy boot and it has been tested with over 940 different ISO files. The changelog for version 1.0.79 looks like this:

Changes in Ventoy 1.0.79:

  • Rollback Super-UEFIinSecureBoot-Disk to v3.3
  • Support Fedora CoreOS (#1727)
  • Fix a bug when rhel based distribution has an external kickstart file. (#1717)
  • Fix a bug that VTOY_LINUX_REMOUNT option doesn’t take effect in openSUSE. (#1729)
  • Fix a bug that autosel option doesn’t work (#1716)
  • Fix a bug for Ventoy2Disk.gtk that reserved space cannot contain digit 9. (#1753)
  • Fix a bug that cannot find repo when install Kylin V10SP2 Server.
  • vtoyboot-1.0.24 release. Notes
  • languages.json update
  • New ISO support (total 940+)

Version number 1.0.79
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11
Website Ventoy
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License type GPL
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