Re: MultiBootUSB - Install and boot multiple Linux from Pendrive / Flash drive / USB
I dont know if the OS is the one responsible for the tool, but I will share my thoughts - My desktop will only boots usbs that are formatted to boot MS-DOS. Then the pc lists the pendrive as hard-drive and boots OK.
If the pendrive is prepared in any other way( unetbootin, Ubuntu live usb, Multiboot, etc) the pendrive will report "boot error" or if GRUB is installed, the sisytem will declare the USB not bootable.
So, I kindly ask for Grub4DOS version of this tool or at least for a way to boot off a multibootUSB out of USB-DOS booted machine.
The method described above me will work for ubuntu and family, but I cant figure out how to boot OpenSUSE ( have not tried with fedora and others anyway)
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Hello everybody out there using minix -
I'm doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, won't be big and professional like gnu) for 386(486) AT clones...