There's finally an easy way to roll your own bootable USB thumb drive using the latest 32-bit PIAF2 ISO. We have barely tested this so you are an official PIONEER by proceeding... Alex Agranov has expanded on the work of the UNetbootin project to create ISO2USB which does just what it says. It creates a bootable USB thumb drive from a CentOS 5 or CentOS 6 ISO including the 32-bit PIAF2 ISO! This is a Windows app that runs on the Windows XP/Vista/7 platform. First, download and install the latest version of ISO2USB from this link. Next, download and install the HP Formatting Utility. Next, insert a 1GB or larger USB flash drive into an available port on your Windows machine. Partition and format the thumb drive using the HP Formatting Utility. The setup screen should display the proper Drive letter for your thumb drive. Be sure by checking with Windows Explorer. You do NOT want to accidentally reformat your Windows hard disk! HINT: Quick format works just fine. Next, download a copy of the 32-bit PIAF2 ISO onto your Windows Desktop. Next, with the flash drive still inserted on your Windows machine, run the ISO2USB app. The install screen shown above will appear, and the bottom line should display the proper Drive letter for your thumb drive. Be sure by checking with Windows Explorer. You do NOT want to accidentally damage your Windows hard disk! Next, click on the ... button to the right of DiskImage ISO and choose the PIAF2 ISO on your Desktop. Here's the tricky part. You need to know the drive names of the devices on the target machine where you will use this thumb drive. Try these commands on target machine: dmesg | grep logical AND dmesg | grep sectors. For most modern machines with IDE drives, the names will be sda, sdb, etc. For older machines, they may be hda, hdb. You'll know if it doesn't work. There's also a little surprise with CentOS 6.x. Whenever you boot a machine using a USB flash drive with CentOS 6.x, the device names get switched, and the USB boot device becomes sda even if your hard disk on the system shows up as sda when it is running without a thumb drive. So... in the ISO2USB setup, change the Hard Disk Name to sdb, and change the USB Device Name to sda. This assumes the first hard disk on your target machine is where you want to install PIAF2. Make adjustments accordingly. Double-check your entries and then click OK to create the thumb drive from the PIAF2 ISO. Boot your target machine with the new thumb drive and make sure everything works. Please report your results below. Special thanks to Hyksos for the heads up on ISO2USB.