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  1. #1

    just playing with knoppix

    i got a copy of the knoppix live cd a while back and never played with it, but then i seen it mentioned on the site and thought i'd give it a go. it seem pretty stable, it detected all the setting fine and runs very smooth on my 8 year old laptop, and even had support for my belkin wirless card running on the atmel chipset that is hard to find good drivers for. over all it has a bunch of great utilities, and is very nice. as far a bootable security cd, i like it alot. any one else played with it at all?

  2. #2
    Linux Newbie
    Join Date
    Apr 2004
    Stockholm, Sweden
    Yeah, I have used knoppix a few times, mainly as a rescue disk, for when I trash my system completely. As far as Live-cd:s go, Knoppix is really good.


  3. #3
    Linux Engineer
    Join Date
    Jul 2003
    Farnborough, UK
    Used it as a rescue disk once and even installed it to me hd to see what it was like.

    Tis good.
    Lansbury's Lido

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    played with any otherr live cd's?

    i've used phlack too, but wasn't as impressed with it as i was with knoppix, it wouldn't boot on my laptop because of display problems, and when i put it on my desktop and played with it, it just didnt have the functionality of knoppix. i've also used a copy of war linux that you could just boot from cd and use, but it was all prompt, which isnt bad, just not as good. any one used slackware live, i was thinking about trying it out too, i'm starting to really like this whole live cd thing .

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