In most cases, you can use the original filename of the ISO and it will be detected by MultiCD, or you can use the filename in this list.
If the ISO you want to use is not in the list below, or if MultiCD's plugin for that ISO is too old to work, you can try using the generic plugin instead, which will load the ISO into RAM and boot it with memdisk. To use the generic plugin, name the ISO [something].generic.iso.
Multiple versions of Debian live CDs, Ubuntu live CDs, and Puppy variants can exist on a single disk. The generic plugin (if it works) can also allow several variants of the same distro to coexist.
Note: these distributions will appear in alphabetical order, by the names of the plugin .sh files. Change the filenames of the files in the plugins folder to change the order.
Last updated: March 5, 2019
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