9 years ago
Podría ser, pero siempre que se conserven las versiones individuales. Francamente no creo que sea muy útil.
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Great idea, I promoted. I was thinking about this a few days ago. Good one.
Creating a Multiboot ISO is easy, I have one too, but downloading a whole 4 gigs os ISO just to install a personal taste of choice is not so good idea
should be implemented already.
I'd rather see a DVD with videos presenting the various flavours of Mint that is available.
@RayWoods, no problem. Completely understood.
I have had a long think over this idea, I even supported it but, we have to think practically. The idea is great for areas of the world where there is established economical broadband however, this is not true for many areas of the world where throughput is restricted, data quantities are restricted and the cost of exceeding preset levels are excessive.
Even if we went ahead with the unified ISO the Development Team would still need to produce the individual ISOs, for those with restricted data connections and I feel it would be unfair of us to demand this additional work from the Team.
I therefore Reject the idea for now. Sorry @mikefreeman.
This would be really nice.
Is it possible to have a display manager within the live boot that allows the user to choose between desktop shells? This would allow the user to log out to try the others without a restart. (Except presumably going between the Ubuntu and straight Debian fork)
This unfortunately would pose a separate issue to be addressed; the guest account would require the ability to log back in from live boot.
I like the idea
Restricted to the 32 bit variant and excluding the LMDE's
Excellent idea. But leave Gnome 3 Mint 12 off of it!
I definitely think the 32/64-bit variants should be combined. Arch Linux does it this way. I'm too frugal to waste DVDs on 1GB disc images.
Why not instead creating a mini LM iso that ships without any DE, and when you first boot it you're downloading your favorite DE directly from the repos?
That's a good idea. I think OpenSuse does that with Gnome and KDE.
Great! Thanks, @kip-! Until they release an "official" ISO, this could nicely fill the gap! I will try it out soon!
including the 64bits version too..
it also nice if the iso is updated weekly, very helpful for slow connection user like me..