I wanted to put a number of anti-virus rescue CDs onto one DVD and have some kind of boot menu on it, so that when it boots it gives me a list of ISO images I can boot from.
There is a lot on the web about MagicISO; it supposedly does just that.
I have seen a few references that talk about how to put a bunch of different versions of Windoze on a DVD.
- Avira (rescue_system-common*.iso)
- Bit defender (BitDefenderRescueCD*.iso)
- Dr. Web (minDrWebLiveCD*.iso)
- F-Secure (f-secure-rescue-cd*.iso)
- GData (Gdata_*.iso)
- Kaspersky (kav_rescue_2008.iso)
- Panda Security (*safecd*.iso)
- VirusBlokAda (vbarescue-beta.iso)
- Floppy Win98SE (Windows98_SE.img)
- CloneZilla (clonezilla-live-*.iso)
- GParted (gparted-live-*.iso)
- NT Pwd (cd080*.iso)
- Parted Magic (pmagic-*.iso)
- System Rescue CD (systemrescuecd-x86*.iso)
- Ultimate Boot CD (UBCD*.iso)
- Austrumi (austrumi*.iso)
- Damn Small Linux (dsl-*.iso)
- NimbleX (NimbleX-2008.iso)
- Puppy Linux (pup*.iso)
- Slax (slax-*.iso)
- Windows PE
- Download SARDU
- Extract it into a dir. For this example, the dir is E:\dooda
- You will end up with the following directory tree
- e:\dooda (contains sardu.exe among others)
- e:\dooda\ISO (this is where you need to copy your ISO images)
- e:\dooda\ISO created (this is where it will store the ISO it makes)
ps: Comments and/or links to this article are most welcome!