First of all I'm somewhat of a noob, but not a total noob, and then only when it comes to using Linux and not anything else computer related.
I have studied Linux from reading online articles, forums, and tutorials and such, I just haven't actually used it much at all yet, but I really want to now.
I'm very good at learning and following directions if they are good, properly descriptive, and detailed.
For me I've found the best way to learn, play with, and use Linux for now is from a bootable USB pen-drive.
I used YUMI to install Mint (by far my fav) and a few others on my pen-drive. Now, from what I can tell, booting into and using Mint from YUMI has me in a "Live CD" mode, without persistence, at least with system changes. So what I've done is used Unetbootin to install Mint on the drive with persistence set during the install.
Here's my question:
When I boot from the drive now, I'm no longer getting the YUMI installed bootloader, but rather the standard bootloader installed with Mint from Unetbootin. So I nolonger have any of my YUMI installs coming up as boot options.
What I'd like to have is both my full Mint install AND my YUMI installs come up as option choices in my bootloader.
Is this possible, and if so, how can I do this?