"You've probably heard of Knoppix, a bootable CD-ROM that
provides an entire working copy of Linux and assorted programs, and
requires nothing more than a computer with a CD-ROM drive and
sufficient RAM. You're also probably aware of the multitudes of
specialized varieties of Knoppix, from those dedicated to GIS
software to forensic analysis tools. This article isn't meant to be
an exhaustive survey of uses for Knoppix or its
derivatives—rather, it is meant to give you some useful
instructions for how to create your own custom-fitted Knoppix
distribution. I assume that you have prior experience with Knoppix,
and Linux administration in general..."
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