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Dear friends and supporters of Linux AIO project,

Since the begining, Linux AIO project has received a huge number of your suggestions for creating new Linux AIO releases. In the previous weeks we have tried, and done our very best to expand Linux AIO releases. With that on mind, we created two branches of Linux AIO releases:

  1. Primary
  2. Secondary

Basic difference in this releases is in the way how Linux AIO boot menu works and the release time between every new version.

Primary versions will follow every official/stable release of (regular circle of publishing) distrubutions which are included in this branch: Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, LMDE and Fedora.

Secondary versions will be published periodically, with possibility of canceling or starting new versions. This will primarily depend on you and your interest on specific releases. The release with the biggest amount of your interest will be given a chance to be transferred into the Primary branch and, therefore, provide a regular circle of publishing. In Secondary releases are included following distributions: ALT Linux, Korora, PCLinuxOS, Point Linux, Porteus, ROSA, SolydXK, Tanglu, Trisquel GNU/Linux and Zorin OS. You can download it from Linux AIO Secondary release download page.

In the coming period we will try to publish some of your other favorite Linux distributions.

Follow us for further updates.

Thank you for your trust and support.

All taste in one… Linux AIO

Due to limitations on SourceForge servers (max 5GB file can be uploaded) we needed to split some of ISO files. This is done by archiving ISO with .7z archiver in two/three parts. You need to download all parts and then to extract them. For extracting these files all you need is to have .7z archiver installed on your computer.

Always check downloaded ISO file with MD5.

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