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Boot From USB Help with Selection Menu Creation

Posted on 2011-03-23
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Hi Gurus
Firstly let me say although I do hold some Microsoft qualifications I am by no means a linux expert but do have a little experience, fiddling  with Ubuntu..
I have created a Boot USB drive with all Ghost4Linux files on the root of the drive so it currently boots directly into G4L. What I want to acheive is to make this USB stick a dual boot with (prob Ubuntu installed on it !), so I need help on how to install Ubuntu on it AND how  to create a boot selection menu to allow me to choose from G4L or Ubuntu !
Thank you ......
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This is a pretty good tool, and I think it does exactly what you need:

http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/
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Yep ! Pointed me in the right direction..

Ended up using a tool called YUMI..Did everything a treat..
Thanks
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