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I have made a multiboot USB stick using multibootUSB, but I can’t get it to work. I think this is because it starts in UEFI, and I don’t want it to boot into legacy mode anyway. It just gives me the grub> screen, which tells me I can press TAB to list all possible commands. It should work, but I don’t know enough about grub to actually make it work. So what I’d like to know is either how I can make the menu that lists all installed ISOs appear anyway, or how I can list and select them within the grub terminal screen. I tried to find this in the multibootUSB documentation, but I didn’t get beyond that it should be possible.

I hope someone can point me in the right direction.

Vasilis

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I contacted the developer and he provided me with new bootx64.efi file, which fixed the problem.

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  • Would it be possible to link to the file? Otherwise, this question isn't very useful and it might be simpler to just delete it. – terdon Dec 29 '17 at 13:44
  • Well, he sent it to me directly, so I don't have a link to it and he will include it in the next release. – Vasilis Dec 30 '17 at 16:18

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