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I know there are some .APK apps that do it, but none seems to work for me (but if you have any suggestions, I'll try).

I have LineageOS on my PC. So, my question is How to make a bootable stick with in Termux?
Which commande should I install?

I have also installed some proot-distros installed (I'm currently testing them as a newbie), so, could I use one of them? Should I try to use Multisystem?

I had good success with Multisystem, so if I could use it either as their bootable ISO or their .deb with success, if you think it's possible, I'll listen to your suggestions.

EDIT: As asked, I add some precisions about my goal. I'm trying to install a Multisystem ISO (or as a .deb package) Installation inside a distro, as a .deb package: http://liveusb.info/dotclear/index.php?pages/install Multisystem as an ISO here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/multisystem/files/iso/

I need to resize my /system partition, and If I can, create a /recovery partition, so I need to use Gparted ISO. And on the same USB, I need Also a recovery if my AndroidX86 fails to start. So I decided to install Multisystem to make a multi-ISO stick.

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  • Have you considered using dd? For an Ubuntu ISO, you can try this. Also, it is best if you mention the link of the ISO you are using to make your USB bootable. How to make a bootable stick with in Termux? -- this makes things unclear. A stick is useless in itself in terms of making it bootable. What you are trying to boot from it is what matters.
    – Firelord
    Jan 11 at 22:59
  • Could you make it an answer? I think it worths it, I will try your method. I'll add the ISO link.
    – Quidam
    Jan 12 at 15:15

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