One of the main features of Linux that unlike its main rivals such as Windows and MacOS is the level of customization offered, allowing users to fully suit your tastes and needs. By default, the main distributions are usually offered to users with different desktops and configurations, which are known as “different flavors”. While these usually are usually distributed separately, the Linux AIO project aims to collect these desks in one place.
Linux AIO is a project that aims to provide users with the ability to bring the different desktops of the major Linux distributions (Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian, Fedora, etc) in a single ISO so that instead of having to download of each distribution all versions and burn each one to one medium, we can easily download them and use them in one place.
A few hours ago, those responsible for this project have released a new collection of desks for the latest version of Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS, so that users interested in this distribution can have different desks in which it is distributed.
The different distributions included in this new ISO of Linux AIO are:
Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS
Kubuntu 16.04.1 LTS
Ubuntu MATE 16.04.1 LTS
Xubuntu 16.04.1 LTS
Lubuntu 16.04.1 LTS
GNOME Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS
We must emphasize that neither version has been modified, but is charged nor installs as if downloaded from official servers are fully factory systems. All it does is centralize Linux AIO in a single ISO image and add a boot loader so that the user can choose which version to install. It also includes a version of Memtest to check the integrity and proper functioning of the RAM and CPU of your computer and a tool for detecting errors in the hardware known as the Hardware Detection Tool, or HDT.
ISO AIO with Linux distributions Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS is now available for download
Although within the ISO find the “flavors” mentioned above, our final decision will be the download version for 32 – bit or 64 – bit version that includes both architectures (but which, in turn, takes up much more).
Once downloaded the ISO, all you have to do is burn it to a DVD (dual layer) or a USB flash drive to boot your computer from it and start installing the version you want. We can also load the operating system into RAM in Live mode to try them before installing them.
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