Dead-simple request: I am looking to combine many, small bootable discs into one “large” bootable disc.
I legally own 3 bootable CDs (linux tools). Each CD takes up no more than 100MB of space. I find it wasteful to carry 3 CDs around when I can easily fit them onto 1 DVDR (or, even 1 CDR).
I am looking for a method to “combine” those 3 boot discs into 1 physical boot media. I suspect I will need to convert to ISO images, etc.
Obviously, the goal here is to be able to boot from the new “multi-disc”, then be presented with some sort of menu, and then boot to 1 of the 3 original linux boot discs I started with.
Question: Can it be done? Thanks in advance.
Disclaimer: Please reply only if you know the answer! I’ve read lots of replies on this board that say (for example) “try MagicISO!”. To save you time, I already “tried MagicISO”… that’s hardly a helpful answer. If you post an reply like that, it shows that you don’t really know the answer to my simple question. Please save us both some time.