I used easy2boot for the first time today in order to set up a multiboot tool for running diagnostics on windows machines (both legacy and uefi).
I took an unallocated 128gb ssd and used RMPrepUSB to create a 16gb partition. Installed easy2boot & loaded up all the ISOs I wanted on there.
Then I took another HDD that had two 20gb partitions on it. One has gnome-ubuntu 15.04 installed, the other has windows 7 installed. I used a partition cloning tool, and cloned those 2 partitions to the SSD. I also added a 1gb swap partition at the end. I extended the windows 20gb partition to 74.7gb to fill the rest of my space.
So my 128gb SSD has: 16gb easy2boot, 20gb gnome-ubuntu, 74gb windows 7, 1gb swap.
My question is, how can I add boot entries to easy2boot (which uses grub4dos) to boot the gnome-ubuntu (hd0,4) and windows 7 (hd0,5)?
any help is appreciated.