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Latest News about EXTON Linux MultiBootCD 6-OS – Build 190215

Latest News about EXTON Linux MultiBootCD 6-OS 15.2.2019
A new version of EXTON Linux MultibootCD 6-OS is ready. Changes: New (latest) versions of Porteus, GParted Live, Puppy Linux (PuppEX Slack64), 4MLinux, SliTaz and Tiny Core. Note about VirtualBox: All systems can run in VirtualBox.

1. Porteus v. 4.0 >> Screenshot

Porteus is a complete linux operating system that is optimized to run from CD, USB flash drive, hard drive, or other bootable storage media.

2. PuppEX Slack64 (Puppy Linux) >> Screenshot
Puppy Linux uses unique Puppy scripts. Puppy loads and runs fast, entirely from Ram. Puppy has optimized programs and wizards. PuppEX Slack 64 bit is a remaster of Puppy Slacko 6.3.2. Google Chrome is included. Just to make it possible to watch Netflix movies. The NVIDIA Graphics driver 367.35 is also included. Kernel 4.7.2-x86_64-puppex is used.

3. Tiny Core 10.0 >> Screenshot
Tiny Core Linux is a very small (16 MB) minimal Linux GUI Desktop. It is based on Linux kernel, Busybox, Tiny X, and Fltk. The core runs entirely in ram and boots very quickly.

4. GParted 0.26.1-5-amd64 >> Screenshot
GParted Live is a business card-size live CD distribution with a single purpose – to provide tools for partitioning hard disks in an intuitive, graphical environment.

5. 4MLinux 28.0 >> Screenshot
4MLinux is a miniature Linux distribution focusing on four capabilities: maintenance (by using it as a system rescue live CD), multimedia (for example, for playing video DVDs),mini server (using the inetd daemon), and mystery (meaning console games).

6. SliTaz 5.0 >> Screenshot
SliTaz is a free operating system, working completely in RAM and booting from removable media such as a cdrom or USB key. The system is quick and responsive, clean and robust. SliTaz is simple and intuitive, providing a lightweight, elegant desktop, detailed documentation and easy to use configuration tools.

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How To dual boot, triple boot or multiboot Linux with Windows in a simple way and be happy

In a instruction from 170707 I will show you how easy it is to have several Linux systems installed on one computer together with for example Windows 10. The configuration is so simple a ten year old child can do it.

BACKGROUND
Ubuntu and all Linux systems based on Ubuntu (such as Linux Mint) uses Grub2 as boot manager. Also Debian and most other Linux systems use Grub2. Grub2 works differently from the old Grub Legacy.

Configuring Grub2 – Example for non-UEFI BIOS computers
One of my computers, an Acer Aspire 5750G from 2010, has a 750 GB hard drive and an external USB hard drive of 1000 GB. On that computer I have Windows 10 and twelve (12) different Linux systems installed. Of those twelve systems three are Android-x86 systems (AndEX Nougat and AndEX Marshmallow). In my instruction from 170707 I will describe step by step how I configured Grub2 in the easiest way possible.

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