I have a spare 16GB stick and want to make a multi-boot USB "rescue" disk. I've done over 4-6 USB sticks using OSX and Boot-132/DellEFI/NetbookMaker. I've also done several persistent Ubuntu Pen drives.
I have a problem now. I have a 16GB partitioned into 2 parts (FAT/HFS+). I cloned OSX Snow Leopard w/ NetbookMaker/Camelon. Booted off the stick and it works.
I then run Unetboot/USB startup tool in Ubuntu 9.10. I see both partitions and both have files. Unfortunately, I can't boot into OS X anymore.
Can I configure the GRUB or whatever .cfg file in the FAT partition to allow me to select the Second partition?