If you’re a Linux big fan,you’d have a couple of Linux distributions in your computer.And there is a free software called MultiBoot can make them all bootable in one liveusb,so that you won’t worry about how boring to burn them each.
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
Multisystem is a very useful app that allows you to easily create a multiboot USB stick or SD card. I previously installed it when using Ubuntu and it worked perfectly. I tried to run the installation scripts on the site http://liveusb.info/dotclear/ without any luck. Fortunately I came across an article at http://www.linux-magazine.com/Online/Bl ultiSystem which did the trick.
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.
I've Googled, looked, read and still I'm unsure how to go about making my external HDD act exactly like the internal. I have created multiboot USBs (Flash drives) with YUMI but YUMI doesn't seem to support persistence. I tried Universal USB Installer 220.127.116.11 but so far it doesn't seem to support multiboot (also flash drive).
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.