A script, ubcd2usb-linux,
that allows you to convert a UBCD .iso into a bootable USB thumb
drive. To use it, loopback mount a UBCD iso somewhere, and then run the script pointed
at that loopback mount. Usage is described at the top of the script.
If you're stuck with windows, you can use this instead.
One such UBCD version
usable on a USB thumb drive, in case you don't want to use the
script. It's a 1 gigabyte image (but it's compressed), and it's a
mix of UBCD 3.4 and 3.3 (preferring 3.4), because it appeared that
some things I wanted to use had been been only partially put into
3.4, but were fully there in 3.3. To use it, you can use