I seem to remember reading about some sort of bootloader, or whatever you wanna call it, which allowed you to simply fill up a USB key (or other media) with various bootable ISOs of your choice. You'd then have the ability to chose which iso to boot at boot, so to speak, and updating would be as easy as deleting the old ISOs and copy over new ones.
I already have a collection that I made through a very complicated process some time ago, including arch of course, gentoo, debian, ubuntu and so on and so forth, but it's very outdated and I really don't want to go through that process again, thus my interest in this subject.
Problem is that I haven't been able to find any mention of it anywhere. Have I been mislead, or am I just bad at finding stuff?
Hope you can help.
Google 'multiboot usb', you'll find
* http://brskari.wordpress.com/2009/01/08 … usb-stick/
Last edited by karol (2012-10-22 15:48:24)