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Old 10th December 2013
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Default Multi-ISO boot

I'm wondering whether it's possible to make a multiboot USB drive without making a separate partition for each distro, but running them from a (bootable) ISO file. In other words, if I wanted to have 20 live distros on the drive, I'd just make two partitions (instead of 1+20), the one for bootloader and the other for containing all the 20 ISOs. Is this possible, theoretically and practically?
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