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I know there is supposedly a way you can extract the Knoppix disk and run it from a hdd, but no where can I find a useful resource explaining actually ...
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    Knoppix from HDD? I know it exists...


    I know there is supposedly a way you can extract the Knoppix disk and run it from a hdd, but no where can I find a useful resource explaining actually how to do this.

    It should in effect workfrom an NTFS drive as well so that I can dump stuff via network onto the machine from my windows environment and then jump over to work from the Knoppix box as well.

    A little bit OT, but I know this is supposedly something that Vector Linux should be able to do as well and I still have not figured out how to.

    Greatful for any information on this very useful productivity topic.

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    Knoppix is not really meant for a hdd install - it should be used as a live CD.

    Ed: but this may help if you decide that is really the approach you want to take

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    Thank you very much.
    I'll fiddle around with it a bit.

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