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All Ubuntu 15.10 Flavors on a Single Live ISO Image is Now a Dream Come True

Discussion in 'Linux - General discussion' started by ireland, Nov 16, 2015.

  1. ireland

    ireland Active member

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    All Ubuntu 15.10 Flavors on a Single Live ISO Image is Now a Dream Come True

    For this release, the Linux AIO team included the Ubuntu 15.10, Kubuntu 15.10, Xubuntu 15.10, Lubuntu 15.10, Ubuntu MATE 15.10, and Ubuntu GNOME 15.10 editions, unmodified and ready for use immediately after inserting the USB key on your computer.


    Earlier today, November 14, Linux AIO's Željko Popivoda has informed Softpedia about the immediate availability for download of the Linux AIO Ubuntu 15.10 Live ISO images, which include some of the most popular Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf) releases.

    According to Mr. Željko Popivoda, the Linux AIO team has finally managed to update their Linux AIO Ubuntu project to version 15.10, based on Canonical's brand-new Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf) computer operating system, including some of the most popular flavors.

    What's Linux AIO Ubuntu? It is a Live ISO image that lets you have all your favorite Ubuntu Linux editions into a single, bootable medium that you can write on a USB flash drive and carry with you anywhere, so you won't have to download multiple ISO images and write each one on DVD discs or USB sticks.

    What Ubuntu flavors are included in Linux AIO Ubuntu 15.10? Well, for this release, the Linux AIO team has added the Ubuntu 15.10, Kubuntu 15.10, Xubuntu 15.10, Lubuntu 15.10, Ubuntu MATE 15.10, and Ubuntu GNOME 15.10 editions, unmodified and ready for use immediately after inserting the USB key on your computer.

    Available now for 64-bit and 32-bit computers
    As you might have already guessed, Linux AIO Ubuntu 15.10 is distributed as two DVD-size ISO images, one for each of the supported hardware architectures, 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x86_64). This means that all of the Ubuntu 15.10 flavors mentioned above are available now for 64-bit and 32-bit computers.

    Download Linux AIO Ubuntu 15.10 right now from Softpedia. Please note that, due to limitations of the SourceForge project hosting website, the ISO images of Linux AIO Ubuntu have been split into two 7z archives, which means that you'll need to download both files and extract them to obtain a usable ISO image.

    http://news.softpedia.com/news/all-...o-image-is-now-a-dream-come-true-496175.shtml
     
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    moved to correct forum as not a windows games issue.
     
  3. ps355528

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    Instead of all that potential dependency hell.. install the "core".. which in this case is Debian.. and then shove in whatever is your favoured desktop and applications.. be that kde gnome lxde or any one of a heap (we don't all like the same things.. I don't like kde.. can never find my way around the stupidly set out settings).. as pretty much every other application will install it's various dependencies and work under all desktop environments.. In fact if you want to be real "sleek" why not go for "awesome" and not have graphical desktop at all.. the big problem I found is you then need to write out a list of what you actually have on the system ;)
     

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