Linux.com: Review: Buffalo Linux
Sep 15, 2005, 10:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Buffalo Linux is a relatively new GNU/Linux distribution based
on Debian and the Linux-Live scripts. It includes many commonly
used and essential programs on a live CD with the ability to easily
install to hard disk. I ran into a few problems, but found Buffalo
is worth looking into.
"The Buffalo live CD takes quite some time to boot--longer than
MEPIS or Knoppix on the same machine (an AMD Athlon XP 1600+ with
512MB of RAM and a 128MB video card). Once at the desktop, however,
the install was as simple as double-clicking the Install button on
the top left and selecting the partition I wished to use..."