First of all: many thanks for Gujin. I'm looking for a solution for a
multiboot USB key, using ISO image, and none of them are perfect, since
they just want to extract the files within the ISO, and get rid of the
Many tutorial on the Web explains how to use Gujin and ISO files: create
one unformatted partition for each ISO file, and use cat (or dd). I'm
quite OK with that, but I've read that Gujin is able to boot from an ISO
even if it is a file on formatted partition. What is the status of that
features? I've tried it, but it doesn't go far: using ElTorito booting,
the underlying system is unable to find its own root partition, and
fails. I've tried so far Clonezilla and GParted live cds.
I also have a PC (Fujitsu) that have a strange behavior. Gujin boots
fine, but when choosing an ElTorito image (which relies on its own
partition, copied with cat), the PC outputs "Machine check error" and
reboot. This setup works fine in qemu and on other laptops I have here.
Do you know what went wrong?
Thanks for your answer,
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