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On Tue, 08 Apr 2003 01:50:22 GMT,
> rapskat spilled his alphabet soup on the floor,
> and the letters spelled:
>> The latest version of Knoppix is available for download.
>> This version features many enhancements, upgrades and bug-fixes. Default
>> WM is KDE 3.1, XFree 4.3.0, OOo 1.0.2, improved hardware detection, etc.,
> Improved??? hardware detection? Whatever. I don't see how that would
> be possible. ;)
>> One 700MB ISO, that contains more than 900 installed software packages
>> with over 2000 executable user programs, utilities, and games...amazing!
> That's amazing, since it actually contains around 2Gigs of software,
> compressed, of course.
> Knoppix is by and large, the single most useful "pinch" tool. By pinch,
> I mean, to use when you are in a pinch. I tend to use it as a recovery
> and/or install disc. It makes the gentoo installation alot smoother.
> I'm not too fond of using it as a demo for other people, because I alway
> have either my laptop (gentoo) or my zaurus, and sometimes both, and
> those are, IMHO, a better way to advertise Linux. I have, however,
> given copies of knoppix away to others who have asked about trying LGX.
If you use Knoppix as a demo, make sure and take an extra copy, 'cause
if my experience is anything to go by, the folks you are demoing for,
will not want to give the disk back...
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Jim Richardson http://www.eskimo.com/~warlock
Linux, because eventually, you grow up enough to be trusted with a fork()