Some of you probably already use USB to boot Linux ISOs and some may already be using multiboot.I just started seeding a custom multiboot 4GB USB (actual size is about 2.3GB) torrent:http://bit.ly/vWc5uJHere's some documentation with images: http://www.gooplusplus.com/usb-multiboot-yumi.pdf
4MLinux Multiboot Edition, a release that can be used to create network installations from other operating systems, is now at version 5.0. 4MLinux Multiboot Edition 5.0 is offered in the form of a multiboot CD. Users can create the following systems: Debian 6.0, Fedora 17, Slackware 14.0, and Ubuntu 12.04.
4MLinux Multiboot Edition, a release that can be used to create network installations from other operating systems, is now at version 7.2 Beta. 4MLinux Multiboot Edition 7.2 Beta is offered in the form of a multiboot CD. Users can create the following systems: Debian 7.2, Fedora 19, Slackware 14.1, and Ubuntu 13.10.
I like the way the yumi [url] http://www.pendriveapps.com/yumi-multiboot-live-usb-creator/ [/url] make the multiboot flash. can i deal in Linux the same task as easy as yumi does in windows? With yumi i just browse to selected iso i.e. DVDwindows.iso and i get the multiboot flash drive ready in few moments.
Until now I have been using YUMI in which I loaded multiple operating systems (Windows 7, 8, Ubuntu, Mint) for easy on the go installing/live USB. I never had issue with a Windows based laptop or desktop.
I just got a Macbook Pro. I was trying to install Windows and Ubuntu but had a luck loading the USB. Mac's boot sequence wouldn't detect the USB.
I am very disappointed to find that none of the custom recoveries have multiboot capability. WhirlEyes' work will be sorely missed. Being able to boot to different ROMs on the same phone was great on my XT910.