live-grub-stick

Create multiboot live usb stick using grub2

Create multi boot USB stick/hard disk with whole iso/s on any partition keeping existing data untouched using grub2. If --isohybrid option is used then it removes all existing data and creates new partitions. run this command as root (su -, not sudo) live-grub-stick isopath stickpartition e.g.: live-grub-stick /home/geeko/openSUSE-Edu-li-f-e.x86_64-42.1.1.iso /dev/sdXY To add various distribution iso to the stick, run the following: For openSUSE : live-grub-stick --suse /path/to/openSUSE-filename.iso /dev/sdXY For Ubuntu : live-grub-stick --ubuntu /path/to/ubuntu-filename.iso /dev/sdXY For Mint : live-grub-stick --mint /path/to/mint-filename.iso /dev/sdXY For Fedora : live-grub-stick --fedora /path/to/fedora-filename.iso /dev/sdXY For isohybrid : live-grub-stick --isohybrid /path/to/isohybrid-filename.iso /dev/sdX isopath should be full absolute path of iso image and the device should be actual partition on the stick like /dev/sdb1, /dev/sdc1,/dev/sdc2... The stick partition has to be in any format supported by grub2. run live-grub-stick -l(or --list) to list the possible usb storage devices available. It is possible to boot multiple distributions and iso images from same device.

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