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Thread: Can multiple versions of Ubuntu be put on a LiveDVD for installation?

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    Question Can multiple versions of Ubuntu be put on a LiveDVD for installation?

    I ask because my desktop is 64-bit and my laptop is 32-bit. Can I make a disc that can install both?

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    Re: Can multiple versions of Ubuntu be put on a LiveDVD for installation?

    you can install with LiveUSB or wubi

    http://wubi-installer.org/
    http://edoceo.com/liber/ubuntu-live-usb

    which does not need a DVD.
    but in principle it is possible to make a DVD that will let "grub" to choose which version of LiveCD to be booted.

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    Re: Can multiple versions of Ubuntu be put on a LiveDVD for installation?

    Yeah, that's what I'd like. but I am very new to grub and don;t even know how to unpack the .iso's to put them on the dvd (and not just burn one at a time that is).

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    Re: Can multiple versions of Ubuntu be put on a LiveDVD for installation?

    Has anyone tried this or is there maybe a turorial anywhere?

    I cannot seem to find one...

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    Re: Can multiple versions of Ubuntu be put on a LiveDVD for installation?

    Read this thread
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