Create a Multiboot Live USB Drive in Ubuntu with Multisystem

Low Tech Linux

With all the different distros and flavours of Linux out there it can be hard to choose which one you want, thankfully making that choice can be relatively easy if you create a bootable drive with 3 or 4 live distro loaded on it, and have a handy menu to boot into each one. Here’s how to do that very thing in an Ubuntu based Linux:

First off download the Multisystem installation script from here. Once you have it downloaded, extract it to any convenient folder of your choosing and double click on the install-depot-multisystem.sh script and follow the on-screen instructions.

Once you have it installed it will tell you that the program can be found in the “Accessories” menu, but it’s easy enough to find and run it through the unity scope by typing “multi” like so:

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Once it has started select the USB drive from the opening menu…

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