Linux News Today: All Fedora 24 Linux Flavors on a Single Live ISO Image Is Now a Dream Come True

Just a few moments ago, Softpedia was informed by Željko Popivoda of the Linux AIO team about the availability of updated ISOs of their Linux AIO Fedora project, based on the latest Fedora Linux release.

Yes, that’s right, Linux AIO Fedora 24 Live 64-bit and 32-bit ISO images are now available for download based on the recently released Fedora 24 Linux operating system that has been officially launched on June 21, 2016.

A dream come true for many Fedora fans out there, Linux AIO Fedora 24 Live DVDs include all the important Fedora 24 flavors, such as Fedora 24 Workstation with the GNOME desktop environment, as well as many official Fedora Spins.

Among these, we can mention Fedora 24 KDE, Fedora 24 Xfce, Fedora 24 LXDE, Fedora 24 Cinnamon, as well as Fedora 24 MATE. The ISOs also contain a memory test tool to verify the integrity of your computer’s RAM, as well as HDT (Hardware Detection Tool).

Installable, untouched, and unique all-in-one Fedora 24 ISOs

We here at Softpedia believe that the Linux AIO project creates the perfect ISO images for those who want to have multiple or all the editions of a popular GNU/Linux operating system on a single, bootable medium, be it either USB stick or DVD disc.

The Linux AIO project is being known among the Linux and Open Source communities for building unique, installable, and untouched Live ISOs that contain multiple official flavors of popular GNU/Linux distributions.

With today’s Linux AIO Fedora 24 release, there’s no need to download multiple ISO images of various Fedora 24 Spins and install each one on a separate USB flash drive or CD/DVD disc. Instead, you’ll carry with you a single USB key or DVD with all of them.

“Due to limitations on SourceForge servers (max 5GB file can be uploaded) we needed to split ISO files. This is done by archiving ISO with .7z archiver in two parts. You need to download both parts and then to extract them,” explained the developers.

Linux AIO Fedora 24 64-bit and 32-bit Live ISO images are available for download right now via our website, and please read the developers’ message above to learn how to obtain a usable ISO image from the splitted archives.

Via Softpedia