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DVD with both 32-bit and 64-bit Ubuntu

I have both 32 and 64 bit Ubuntu 12.04 iso, but how can I integrate them (both 32 bit and 64 bit) into a single DVD with a menu to choose from two options Clearly written like "1. Install Ubuntu 12.04 32 bit" and "2. Install Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit" and also without losing the Live Mode

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marked as duplicate by Takkat, Anwar Shah, Mitch, RobotHumans, jokerdino Sep 20 '12 at 8:16

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Check out this answer, it has a pretty clever way of doing it. – giodamelio Sep 20 '12 at 5:50
@Namshum: even when a question is closed answers will not be deleted and can still be upvoted. Good answers may be merged to have them all in one place (that's the whole point of closing). – Takkat Sep 20 '12 at 6:27
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I don't know of a program that will allow you to do it in Ubuntu. But just from past exprience, I think that it can be done with scripting. If you're not comfortable with that, has a utility that will allow you to accomplish just that. It called XBOOT. Once you create the USB, you can then put it on a DVD.

XBOOT is yet another neat little Multiboot ISO USB Creator. It is a Windows based application that can be used to create a Live Multiboot USB or even a Multiboot ISO file that can then be burnt to a CD/DVD. XBOOT supports many Linux Distributions and Utilities, and allows you to use your choice of a Grub or Syslinux bootloader. Also included is a built in QEMU emulator (enabling you to boot an ISO from within Windows).1

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Will that DVD have option to boot from both OS? – Anwar Shah Sep 20 '12 at 5:54
According to pendrivelinux, it will have the option to boot either ISO. – Mitch Sep 20 '12 at 5:57

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