Discussion in 'Linux / BSD / Mac OS X' started by [I.R.A]_FBi, Mar 9, 2008.
Anyone given it a whirl?
i've tried it, maid my own live cd for work actually, it allows me to boot into any pc connected to a network at my office building and get inside the linux servers if they need maintenence.
how is it? how do you "make your own live cd" and "boot into any pc"
Knoopix is good if you like KDE interface. AFAIK making your own live CD/Linux Cd is called remastering a distro.
ok, thanks for the info. anyone else tried it?
I have used Knoppix in the past for virus/adware/spyware removal on Windows installs. Boot to it, mount the NTFS volume and delete the trouble files.
I have never installed it as a permanent OS. I like KDE and a few other GUI's I used KDE with Debian in years past. Stable and fast compared to the windows counterpart, but hacking together drivers for a 7500 was a pain in the ass. Most newer hardware is supported by the manufacturer or the development community these days.
Knoopix is to be used as a live CD meaning it'll pretty slow when compared to an installed distro.
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