Can one run Linux Rescue media directly off hard disk?
I have a test station configuration that has 2 front panel removable SATA hard drives. The upper drive is the WIN 10 system drive and the lower is a data drive. The customer would like to run the Linux Rescue media directly off the data drive (not from a CD). I would partition the lower hard drive into 2 drives, one for the Rescue Disk (Volume F) as a Linux partition and the other for WIN 10 data (Volume D). If there is a Windows recovery situation, I'd like to use the Linux Recovery application stored located in Volume F.
Is it possible to have the data drive boot into the Linux Recovery application?
How would I accomplish this.
What other options could I consider?