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How do I do it? I've done Fedora installations but I'm lost on how to get this to go. Can't even find a command to do it that works....
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    Installing knoppix 4 to the hard drive


    How do I do it? I've done Fedora installations but I'm lost on how to get this to go. Can't even find a command to do it that works.

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    Not sure about your version, but in my 3.8.2, it was described in plenty of detail in the window that is open when you boot to the CD Scroll down a ways and look for FAQs. I found it to be really simple.
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    HOW TO INSTALL KNOPPIX 4 TO HARDDISK

    HOW TO INSTALL KNOPPIX TO HARDDISK

    For Express help...just do the following:


    1. Open Terminal Program(known as konsole)
    2. Then Type: knx2hd



    an installation menu will apper.

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    linux 4.0 on harddisk

    as soon as i type knx2hd i get the message root permission needed...? how can I get arround this one ? thx

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    Code:
    sudo knx2hd
    should work, if not try
    Code:
    su
    knx2hd
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    even easier

    Quote Originally Posted by dylunio
    Code:
    sudo knx2hd
    should work, if not try
    Code:
    su
    knx2hd
    Even easier might be to do Ctrl-Alt-F2 which will come up with a root console and then you can really *be* root while your doing rootish kind of things.

    You can also set root password there and then within X you have the pw when asked!

    Have fun -

    PS: to get back to X from console do Alt-F5
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    it worked fine,
    thank you all

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