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The Guardian: Knoppix Has It Covered

Jul 18, 2005, 19:45 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Glyn Mody)

"The Knoppix live CD has started a mini-revolution in computing by putting an entire GNU/Linux desktop system, including major applications such as browser, email and office suite, on a single CD that configures itself automatically when you put it in a PC and switch it on. Its success has led to the creation of hundreds of live CDs, in all the leading languages, and serving dozens of specialised fields. The latest version of Knoppix goes even further.

"Knoppix 4.0 is a live DVD, rather than a live CD. It offers more than 4GB of compressed free software, a six-fold increase..."

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