GNOME MultiWriter: Easy Duplication Of Many USB Devices
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 2 January 2015 at 02:12 PM EST. 22 Comments
GNOME --
Richard Hughes' latest announcement isn't of another open-source hardware project but rather a new GNOME software application.

GNOME MultiWriter is Hughes' attempt at trying to make it easier to duplicate numerous USB devices. After looking at mdcp, CloneZilla, and similar programs, he decided to write an easy-to-work GNOME application for duplicating USB drives.

GNOME MultiWriter's intended purpose is copying Live USB images to many USB sticks at once, whether it be for QA testing, distributing media to users/customers, etc. At the moment the program allows you to write and verify an ISO on up to twenty USB devices simultaneously.

More details on this new GNOME application can be found via Richard's blog with his announcement of the new program this morning.
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