Linux Journal: A Temporary Internet Lounge Revisited
Feb 07, 2005, 07:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Colin McGregor)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"Back in 2003 I put together a temporary Internet lounge for the
World Science Fiction Convention using a customized Knoppix 3.4,
which worked out well. I then wrote about what I had done, and that
article appeared in the February 2005 issue of Linux Journal. Of
course, time and software wait for no person, so the question now
has become how to build a temporary Internet lounge using
used/bargain hardware with Knoppix 3.7.
"To re-cap, Knoppix is a Debian-based Linux distribution that
boots and runs off the CD-ROM drive. By default Knoppix never
touches the hard drive--you don't have to install it, you simply
have to tell a PC to boot from the CD-ROM drive..."
power iLounge at 57th World Science Fiction Convention(Aug 30,