[TriLUG] Multiboot CD Question
c.crider at gmail.com
Thu Mar 18 18:52:06 EDT 2010
> Unetbootin works well, and you can use your own .iso files.
> Also search for multiboot with grub2.
I can only assume that you can pull this off on a bootable CD.
2010/3/18 Cristóbal Palmer <cmp at cmpalmer.org>
> On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 1:56 PM, Roy Vestal <rvestal at trilug.org> wrote:
> > I have built 2 different CentOS live CD's for testing in our lab. As both
> > CD's are 150MB uncompressed, I can easily fit them on one CD. I'm trying
> > figure out how to make a single multiboot CD from 2 seperate CentOS
> > LiveCD's.
> Googling for "usb multiboot linux" without the quotes got me this:
> Which looks like it's most of what you need. Let us know if that
> works? Two suggestions from personal experience: (1) booting from USB
> may be marginally more effort, but is worth that effort to make the
> bootable USB image and learn to use it. (2) VirtualBox is a lovely
> thing for testing stuff like this, but use whatever flavor of
> virtualization that you find most tasty.
> Cristóbal M. Palmer
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