Multiple live iso's on a single bootable flash drive?
I have some specific use cases in mind.
Demo a variety of Debian DE's to friend having to carry only a
single flash drive around rather than a stack of CDs. If they
like one I would be able to an install then.
This would be a variation on the first except the target would be
my self. It would be a convenient way to experiment with
different setups without actually doing an install.
I tend to buy used equipment. They usually have windows on them.
I would be able to verify their compatibility with my preferred
setup. Flash drive more convenient to carry than a CD/DVD as I've
done in the past.
Also a variation on Case 1. In this case the target is a friend
living 1000 miles away. If he likes something he could use the
built-in installer. I would probably put some apps he might not
think of in the empty space of the drive.
I've some untried VAGUE ideas on how to accomplish.
Has this been done before?