Create multiboot USB stick linux

Posted by MD     Category: Informatica

nb: This procedure can only be performed by ubuntu distro

  1. download the iso of live linux distro that you like

  2. Install UNetbootin (sudo apt-get install unetbootin)

  3. Insert USB stick into your computer

  4. Install a memory stick with unetbootin iso (ubuntu to be installed last)

  5. the memory stick and create a folder with the name of the distro installed

  6. Drag the stylus all the files in the folder created

  7. Now install the second distro in the memory stick repeat steps 4 through 7

  8. Now go to System> Administration> Startup Disk Creator

  9. Select the iso of ubuntu and set if you want the persistence

  10. Open the folder of the first distro created and open the file syslinux.cfg


  11. the last few lines about the kernel (label etc)

  12. Now open the file (in subfolder syslinux) txt.cfg and paste this the copied rows at the bottom

  13. Open the folder of the second distro created and open the file syslinux.cfg
    you do steps 12 and 13

  14. If by chance you have puppy after ‘label puppy’> ‘kernel vnlinux’ is transformed into ‘kernel / vnlinux’
    and also intrd = / initr.gz (in short, the super string kernel)

  15. Now copy the file to the distro in 1 and 2 / the stylus if it asks you to join but do not overwrite any file

  16. Now you can boot from usb (first setting the bios pc)

  17. will open the menu boot ubuntu but you will notice that at the bottom of the list there will be other distros