How can i create a Multiboot Uefi Stick ? NTFS

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How can i create a Multiboot Uefi Stick ? NTFS

Post by HellDragon » Sun Feb 25, 2018 6:24 pm

Hello Everyone;

Since 2 days im trying to get this setup to working: i wanna have an usb stick with the choice to boot from serval live systems and ability to drag more then 4GB big files onto it. But non of the tools i tried so far work: yumi doenst work in a vm or in wine and multiboot usb crashes instantly what can i do ?
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Re: How can i create a Multiboot Uefi Stick ? NTFS

Post by administrollaattori » Mon Feb 26, 2018 1:29 pm

https://puolanka.info/goto/to-make-an-u ... table-usb/

I suppose that you can use NTFS also instead of fat32.
1. Use fat32 filesystem in the USB

2. Mount USB and go into USB using file browse or Terminal

3. Make efi and efi/boot folders
mkdir -p efi/boot

4. Go to efi/boot
cd efi/boot

5. Make USB UEFI-bootable
grub-mkimage -o bootx64.efi -p /efi/boot -O x86_64-efi \
fat iso9660 part_gpt part_msdos \
normal boot linux configfile loopback chain \
efifwsetup efi_gop efi_uga \
ls search search_label search_fs_uuid search_fs_file \
gfxterm gfxterm_background gfxterm_menu test all_video loadenv \
exfat ext2 ntfs btrfs hfsplus udf

5. Make a grub.cfg file
nano grub.cfg

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