Linux AIO Linux Mint

17.1 GPL (GNU General Public License)    
3.5/5 25
An all-in-one Live DVD that includes four official Linux Mint operating systems!

editor's review





From the creators of the trendy Linux AIO Ubuntu, we are proud to announce today the immediate availability for download of a new project called Linux AIO Linux Mint (formerly Linux Mint AIO DVD), which provides users with an open source and freely distributed software product that includes multiple editions of the Linux Mint operating system.

Availability, supported architectures and boot options

The product is available for download as three Live DVD ISO image, which can be burned onto blank DVD discs using any CD/DVD burning utility or written on USB flash drives of 4GB or higher capacity using Disks or UNetbootin.

While the 64-bit edition includes 64-bit flavors of the Linux Mint operating systems, the 32-bit one comes with Linux Mint versions that are specific to the 32-bit architecture. Each one features the same boot loader menu, which allows the user to start a live environment with a specific Linux Mint OS.

A Mix edition that includes the both 32-bit and 64-bit Linux Mint flavors is also available for download. In addition, it is possible to run a memory (RAM) test, check the integrity of the disc (if using a DVD media) or start an existing operating system from the first disk drive.

Four Linux Mint releases under a single roof

As mentioned, the Live DVDs include four different Linux Mint editions. They are, in the order provided on the GRUB powered boot manager, Linux Mint Cinnamon, Linux Mint MATE, Linux Mint KDE and Linux Mint Xfce.

Each of them can be started with default options or in compatibility mode, in case some of your hardware components are not correctly recognized by the default entries. When pressing enter on one of the aforementioned Linux Mint entries, the boot loader of the respective OS will be revealed, allowing the user to start the live session from there.

Bottom line

In conclusion, Linux AIO Linux Mint is yet another great product suitable for any Linux Mint fan that ever dreamed of having some both the official and community Linux Mint editions on a single and portable USB stick or DVD disc.

Linux AIO Linux Mint was reviewed by Marius Nestor
Last updated on January 13th, 2015
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