How can I combine two (or more) ISO's on one USB ?

Asked by AndreK on 2010-11-03

I would like to make one USB tool with Clonezilla and PartedMagic.
With today's high capacity USB sticks, one could easily fit all necessary tools on one, together with a Linux distro.
Please provide some information on how that can be done.

Thank you

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2010-11-03
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2010-11-10
delance (olivier-delance) said : #1

You could make a Live distribution with Clonezilla and Gparted included.
In Ubuntu 10.10, Gparted is already included.
You will simply have to add Clonezilla (Gparted has also limited capacity in partition copy).
Search on the Web how to make its own distribution.

Another solution, I never tested, is to make a USB Ubuntu stick, with persistent memory and install package Clonezilla.

A third one is to make a Live CD, with Pendrive, and install package Clonezilla.

Miguel Mayol (mitcoes) said : #2

I found an old script, that uses the capability of grub2 to boot from ISOs

But i did not make it work.

Perhaps changing some commands it will work again.

And Perhaps is an alternative option that a lugin or the main Unetbootin can incorporate.

The link is this:

http://www.panticz.de/MultiBootUSB

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