Linux News Today: Get All the Debian GNU/Linux 7.9 "Wheezy" Live CDs into a Single ISO Image
We have been informed by the developers of the well-known Linux AIO project that their Linux AIO Debian Live 7 ISO image has been updated, now based on the recently released Debian GNU/Linux 7.9.0 (Wheezy) operating system.
After announcing the release of Linux AIO Debian Live 8.2.0, they now reveal that Linux AIO Debian Live 7.9.0 is available for download and contains all the important Debian GNU/Linux 7.9.0 (Wheezy) Live CD flavors, including Debian GNU/Linux 7.9.0 GNOME, Debian GNU/Linux 7.9.0 KDE, Debian GNU/Linux 7.9.0 LXDE, and Debian GNU/Linux 7.9.0 Xfce.
Besides giving users instant access to the latest Debian GNU/Linux 7.9 (Wheezy) Live CD flavors, the Linux AIO Debian Live 7.9.0 ISO image includes two useful utilities: a hardware detection tool that lets you test your computer’s hardware components before running the OS, and a memory diagnostic tool.
“We are pleased to announce the release of Linux AIO Debian Live 7.9.0 in our Primary branch,” says Željko Popivoda in an email to Softpedia. “It contains 32bit and 64bit version of ISOs, with official, untouched Debian Live GNOME, KDE, LXDE and Xfce 7.9.0 releases.”
All of the Debian GNU/Linux 7.9 Live CDs in a single USB key
We inform those of you who never heard of Linux AIO before that the project is well known for building and distributing all sorts of Live ISO images that contain multiple editions of a popular GNU/Linux operating system, which you can write on a single USB key or a DVD disc and carry with you wherever you go.
As one might expect, the new Linux AIO Debian Live 7.9.0 release is freely distributed as two ISO images, one for each of the supported hardware architectures, 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x86_64). You can download the Linux AIO Debian Live 7.9.0 ISOs right now from Softpedia.