I have a Kingston 4GB DataTraveler that I wish to make a multi-boot USB. The OS’s I wish to have are Slax, BackTrack 3, and OphCrack. Yes, I know there is a OphCrack module but I’d like a bootable version. Anyway, I have tried partitioning my USB through Hitachi MicroDrive Filter mod, and split the partitions, but each time I would try and boot from Grub, the choices show up and when I select an OS, it just says “Could not find kernel image: linux” So I tried moving the contents of the boot folder into the OS folder and typed in vmlinuz when I got the error. It started loading but had kernel panic. This is how I had my setup:
1. Formatted and partitioned into 4 partitions.
a. 1 partition = syslinux like in this tutorial (http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showforum=38)
b. And each other for its own OS (Slax, Backtrack, Ophcrack so 3 other partitions)
2. In each OS partition, I extracted the .iso/.tar.gz of the OS to its own partition.
3. I then installed GRUB Bootloader using these commands for each
Title (Slax, Ophcrack, Backtrack)
Root (hd0,1; hd0,2; hd0,3)
I then installed GRUB using WinGrub but this did not work. I got the could not find kernel error/kernel panic error. I could not figure out how to do this without multiple partitions so I would appreciate some help. Also, when I ask it to load a picture, nothing is loaded. Sometimes, GRUB will say NO GRLDR. The following file is my menu.lst without OphCrack - it was just a test run. Renamed to txt because I couldnt upload lstClick to view attachment