No, I think what we're looking for is a way to boot up a usb drive and have a choice of "live" distributions (iso's) to choose from, i.e. Mint, Ubuntu, Zorin, CrunchBang, WattOS, etc.
I'll try the first link with Yumi, a new version just came out today.http://www.pendrivelinux.com/yumi-multi ... b-creator/
Note this: "Important Note: YUMI was intended to be used to try to run various "LIVE Linux" Operating Systems from USB. Installing Linux from the YUMI created USB Drive to a Hard Drive is not officially supported. If the installer portion of any Live Linux distro does work, consider it a bonus."
CF-30 MK2 SSD LMDE2
Betsy, MK2 Navigatrix, Fundraiser for TbT
CF-52 GUN SSD LMDE2
(NICE) Thanks Sadlmkr
CF-29 MX-16 (https://mxlinux.org/
) Thanks Morgan
CF-28 MK3 MX-14.3 & MicroWattR8