I 'm working as a pc-technician. I made myself a fast-botting DOS-USB-stick. With tools and BIOS updates for the models im fixing. For testing purposes I need a live boot os from time to time. I got Windows PE (sucks) and Linuxmint (persistent, live iso). Since I’m using Antergos for a while now on my Desktop and my notebook, I would like to replace Linuxmint with Antergos. A full installation on USB is no option, I need Fat32 for dos and Uefi and don’t want to frickle with more than one part on usb. Also I need persistence to store my settings and some scripts.
Is this possible? Thx in advance.
This is how I boot Mint (lst-file, Grub4Dos):
map /SYSTEM/ISO/LinuxMint.iso (0xff) || map --mem /SYSTEM/ISO/LinuxMint.iso (0xff)
kernel /casper/vmlinuz noprompt boot=casper persistent iso-scan/filename=/SYSTEM/ISO/LinuxMint.iso locale=de_DE console-setup/layoutcode=de