Ubuntu: Multi-choice memory stick? [duplicate]


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Now, with large memory sticks being cheap, I think it would be nice to have many or all official flavours available on one memory stick. That is; you boot from a memory stick and get a menu which lets you choose between the most current version, the latest LTS, 32- and -64 bit, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, etc. This would make for a very nice way to demonstrate different flavours and also choose 32- or 64-bit as appropriate.

What would be the best way to accomplish this?


I think probably the best (Linux) way to create a Multi-OS Live USB Memory Stick (if I understood you correctly), including different Ubuntu flavors as well as other live Operating Systems (e.g. Parted Magic, including Clonezilla, for backup, recovery and other maintenance purposes) is:


which I've been using happily for several years now.

If you're not comfortable with French or Google-Translate-powered translation, you can also see furher info here: www.pendrivelinux.com/multiboot-create-a-multiboot-usb-from-linux


You can use Yumi. The only thing it runs under Windows or Wine

YUMI (Your Universal Multiboot Installer), is the successor to MultibootISOs. It can be used to create a Multiboot USB Flash Drive containing multiple operating systems, antivirus utilities, disc cloning, diagnostic tools, and more.1

Just run it, choose an OS, click create, and once done, it will ask you if you want to add another. Choose it click create, and so on.

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For a utility that run under Linux, see this

1Source:Pen Drive Linux

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