I made them all 'primary' and when I tried to add a 5th partition, got the message that 4 is all that can be made.
I remember reading that before, so that is not my question.
This message shows up in the GUI Guide for MultiBootUSB which I did NOT read until I saw the message pop up.
Formatted USB disk:
FAT32, NTFS, ext2/3/4 or Btrfs filesystem. However, FAT filesystem is recommended and ext2/3/4 or Btrfs filesystems will only work under Linux.
Keep single partition (primary) to avoid later problems.
ISO file of live Linux distro of your choice.
Latest release of MultiBootUSB.
If, I had made just the 1st partition a Primary, and the remaining partitions a Ext, would MultiBoot be able to boot from the Extended partitions to use the other ISOs ??
It appears that the
Later Problemsit is referring to, is the limitation of the number of ISOs that I wanted to install is not possible. I have room for 8 ISOs, and really wanted to have them all on that one Flash Drive stick.