There have been a number of posts asking about muti-booting IFW/Linux with other recovery tools, so I am offering this short guide.
I have found YUMI – Multiboot USB Creator to be the most user-friendly tool to create assemble multiple .iso on a USB drive.
However, it still requires a lot of guess work to choose the right boot loader since Image for Linux is not among the .iso images it lists or recognizes. Also, with it's default settings, YUMi creates a butt-ugly default menu that won't contain the names of IFL or TBWinRE, but rather the names of their boot-loaders.
I assume everyone knows how to create an .iso using the tools in the Image for Windows distribution. However, if you want to add some additional recovery tools to TBWin Recovery Environment, please do so before you create your .ISO. Terabyteunlimited support has some basic guidelines here: viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2414
So let's start with a simple project to include Parted Magic, a partitioning utility based on Linux, Image for Linux and the TBWin Recovery Environment.
In the picture below I have identified the boot loaders that have worked for me for the three .iso's mentioned, above: (1) Select Parted Magic for Parted Magic. (2) Select Windows Vista 7/8/ Installer for TBWinRE and (3) Select Try Ulisted ISO (via SYSLINUX) for Image for Llinux, then browse your PC and select the .iso so that YUMI can add it to the UBS device of your choice.
As I said, the boot disk you create with these selections will not have a very informative menu so you will need to edit the syslinux.cfg at the root of the "Multiboot" folder as well as "unlisted.cfg", "system.cfg" and "menu.lst" and the root of the "Menu" folder to change the name and descriptions of your .iso's.
There are further details here http://hubpages.com/technology/How-To-M ... -USB-Drive
as well as good instructions on how to change the boot screen background.
An example is the main boot screen I made, below; download/file.php?mode=view&id=419
You can see more screen shots here: https://goo.gl/photos/dUUTxpVe28SMRC8r8
Sorry about the jumbled picture postings, I apparently can't turn BBCode on for my postings.
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