Topic: SOLVED - Hybrid ISO
Since GParted is build with a recent version of syslinux, it is possible to convert the ISOs of GParted to hybrid-ISOs using isohybrid. With the hybrid-ISO it is possible to directly burn the (converted) ISO to an USB-drive without extra tools that fiddle around with their own bootloaders (like UNetBootin). You only need very basic tools like dd (for Linux/Mac) or ImageWriter (Windows) with the hybrid ISO.
My question is whether it is possible to distribute the GParted ISOs as hybrid ones, so that people don't have to convert them and it works on Windows without problems (using ImageWriter).
An added bonus, which is the main reason I'm asking here, is that I can add GParted to DriveDroids list of distributions. DriveDroid is an application for Android that lets you host ISO/IMG files by making your phone emulate an USB-drive. It has an distributionlist from which ISO/IMG files can be downloaded directly onto the phone. It's ideal if your PC is broken and do not have any other PC around to burn a USB drive, but it's also just easy.
You can find the app here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta … drivedroid
The distros that are in the downloadlist can be found here: github.com/FrozenCow/distscraper/tree/master/scrapers (only one link is allowed)