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ImAFish: Mandrake Move [Review]

Mar 05, 2004, 09:00 (0 Talkback[s])

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"The idea behind Mandrake Move is simple, you have a bootable CD with Mandrake Move on and a USB flash drive to store your data then you can use any PC at your disposal to do your work. It's a nice idea but as I found out it doesn't always work how you expected.

"Mandrake Move isn't the only or first CD running Linux distribution, many other companies and organisations produce them including SuSE, Knoppix and Slax but Mandrakesoft is the first to market it as an OS that you can simply take anywhere to get to a familiar desktop and common programs. Normal CD running Linux distributions are advertised as ways to try the OS without having to alter your hard drive in any way. While Mandrake Move still does this it is designed so that if you wanted to you could use it in other computers and get a familiar interface..."

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