So in essence I want to mount the contents of a bootable cd image, like Ubuntu rescue remix, to a partition of the hard drive, so I can have an entry in Grub to boot to the contents of that disk, http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-general-1/boot-iso-image-from-hard-disk-294744/ , details a similar process used for a knoppix cd, Is there a way to do this for ubuntu disks.
While I rather doubt it's possible to mount the contents of something to a partition, there is an ubuntuforums.org thread that explains how to boot ISO images with Grub2.
Basically, you edit
Here is an example of the entry (for version 14.04):
For those who want details.. here is a bit to help others
1- First I made the partition to store the .iso files I settled on 20Gb, resized my orginal partition, and made a new one using gnome-disk-utility [
Also make note of the device name for that partition, you need it to tell grub where the partition is.
2- Next I placed .iso files into the drive that now should be on the desktop to be mounted,
3- Then I folowed the steps of editing
But This needs to be changed depending on your configuration, Note the the harddrive information needs to be changed, so
Once you change your file to run