September update

New linux and latest Virtualbox

Some of you were waiting for quite some time now for this update. Here it is !

Portable-VirtualBox pack has been updated to the latest version of VirtualBox 5.0.4. I fixed the issue with Virtualize_This_Key.exe that was not working anymore. I also updated the outdated icons on the EXE files.

But that's not all. LiLi has also been updated with new Linux (as always) and also Vietnamese translation thanks to Mr Huy.

Windows 10 is now officially supported both to run LiLi and to create installer USB from its ISO.

Last thing : I fixed a bug on CentOS 6.x not booting anymore. It should work fine now.

Here is the full list of new Linux supported in LiLi 2.9.4 :


Welcome to Vivid Vervet

Ubuntu 15.04 Debian 8.0 ...

Ubuntu 15.04 a.k.a "Vivid Vervet" has been released a few days ago.

LiLi 2.9.3 has been updated to support this new version but not only. Here is the full list of new Linux supported :


First summer update

Qiana and improvements

Releasing LiLi 2.8.30 with Linux Mint 17 Qiana official support (it was already working fine).

Full list of new Linux supported :

  • Linux Mint 17 "Qiana" (MATE/) DVD
  • Linux Mint 17 "Qiana" (Cinnamon) DVD
  • Linux Mint 17 "Qiana" (KDE) DVD
  • Linux Mint 17 "Qiana" (Xfce) DVD
  • Clonezilla Live CD 2.2.3-25
  • SMS (Superb Mini Server) Live 2.0.7
  • Linux Lite 2.0
  • Wifislax 4.9

Please note that Portable-VirtualBox package is now hosted on SourceForge global mirror network. This means that it should be (way) faster to download it from most locations in the world.

I also fixed a stupid bug (when "Format" option was checked then selecting a NTFS drive it would not let you create a key). Thank you Tilman Krummeck for reporting it.

I wish you a pleasant summer / holidays.



LiLi 2.8.29

ElementaryOS and Debians

Update 2.8.29 released today. Adding support for :


Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Trusty Tahr

Trusty Tahr is here !

Trusty Tahr is the name of the latest LTS release of Ubuntu.

LTS stands for Long Term Support which mean that it will be supported by Ubuntu team for repectively 3 years (Desktop) and 5 years (Servers).