The team behind Linux AIO nThis time presents Linux AIO Debian 8.4, that will allow us to have all the versions of this operating system in a single ISO image.
It is not the first operating system that the Linux AIO team modify to put all versions in the same ISO. They had already done it with popular operating systems like Ubuntu.
This Linux AIO Debian 8.4 ISO image has all the flavors of Debian 8.4 on one DVD, including Debian Cinnamon, Debian Gnome, Debian KDE, Debian Lxde, Debian Mate, and Debian Xfce.
The Linux AIO project was born for comfortable and curious people, for people who like to try all the variants of their Linux distribution, but you don't like having to download a lot of ISO images or install the desks manually. The name AIO comes from the acronym All In One, which means all in one.
Linux AIO is very easy to use, just download the ISO, proast it to a USB stick or DVD9 and enjoy it, being able to run each desktop in Live mode, without having to install anything at all.
Linux AIO it is also available for other operating systems such as Ubuntu, Fedora, or the earlier version of Debian, version 7.1.0, with similar operation.
This only has two drawbacks, the first drawback is that nor supports UEFI BIOS and the second downside is that the ISO image is very large, needing a USB stick of at least 8 GB or a DVD9 to be able to use it. This is obviously due to the space that all the desks occupy.
In the download link, we can find the link for the Linux All In One ISO image, both the 32-bit version like 64-bit. In this link, we have the ISO image divided into two parts, because as I said before, it takes up a lot of space.