I am trying to make a usb flash drive that can hold multiple iso files for
various linux distros that i find useful. In the past legacy bios was sweet
and easy; there was syslinux. EUFI is a bit of a new PITA. im trying to
make a usb drive that contains, kali, ubuntu desktop & server, fedora, LPS
(arch-based) and debian; all live cds. This is complicated by the debian
'cant find installation cdrom' bug.
I looked for a script and there are a surprising amount of multiboot usb
options available now. not all of them support both EUFI and legacy bios;
there use to be only one with a french UI, now theres almost a dozen and i
dont know which one to choose.
i am looking to create a multi-boot usb that can work on my macbook and my
notebook that came with windows 8. older hardware i dont care too much
about but it would be nice to have a toolbox for both boot types that i can
carry around in my pocket. can anyone recommend a way to do this?
- my preference is to do this manually; i have already been through the
arch wiki and ubuntu wiki.
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