I recently purchased a Knoppix Live CD (V 4.02), but am having serious difficulties even getting it to boot.
After hitting enter to boot Knoppix, it begins loading the OS, but shortly after the background picture appears, I get a message saying
"Couldn't start kdeinit. Check your installation"
An green shell window then pops up, followed by enother message
"Not enough memory to start KDE (At least 82mb required). Using TWM windowmanager instead. Caution: Not all programs in the left-mousebutton-menu will work here"
After this, it all just freezes. I can access a the Debian menu with the left mouse button, but selecting any programs has no effect...just keeps idling.
I haven't touched or changed anything, and my computer definitely has enough memory (192meg ram, 1.5ghz processor)....I was wondering if anyone else has encountered a similar problem, or better still, does anyone know how I might go about fixing it?