Linux Articles listed under "USB Knoppix"

Install Knoppix to a USB Flash Drive in Windows

How to Install Knoppix to a USB Flash Drive using Windows and our third party Universal USB Installer. Knoppix Linux is a Free Open Source Live Linux compilation created by Klaus Knopper. It features amongst many things automatic hardware detection and a unique persistence feature with encryption capabilities. Knoppix is based on Debian GNU/Linux and utilizes a lightweight LXDE desktop environment.

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Install Knoppix 6.0 to a USB Flash Drive using the CD

In the following Knoppix 6.0 (MicroKnoppix) Linux USB installation tutorial, we show you how to Install Knoppix 6.0 Adriane on a USB flash drive using the built in "Flash-Knoppix" installer on the Live CD. Knoppix 6.0 Adriane (Audio Desktop Reference Implementation And Networking Environment) v1.1 was released 01/28/2009 by Klaus Knopper and has been completely rebuilt from scratch to be based on the Debian Lenny Kernel.

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Install Knoppix 5.3.1 to a Flash Drive using Windows

Create a Knoppix 5.3.1 USB Flash Drive using Windows. This tutorial shows you how we created a Knoppix 5.3.1 Flash Drive using Windows and our custom script. Knoppix is based on Debian GNU/Linux and includes hundreds of useful applications. Here we will show you how to make your own Portable Knoppix 5.3.1 from the Live DVD. You can then boot your portable version of Knoppix Linux from any PC that fully supports USB boot. Note that you will need a large capacity USB flash drive for this tutorial. We personally used a 16GB OCZ ATV flash drive, however an 8GB flash drive should do fine.

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Install KNOPPIX 5.1.1 to a Flash Drive using the CD

The following tutorial will show you how to Install Knoppix 5.1.1 to a USB Flash Drive using the Knoppix Live CD. It is also possible to use the persistent feature after completing this tutorial allowing you to save changes back to the stick. Knoppix is a fully featured Linux distribution based on Debian. It was created by Klaus Knopper. Knoppix has always been feature packed, including hundreds of useful tools and applications not included by default with most other Live Linux distributions.

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Knoppix Cheatcodes

Knoppix Cheatcodes Here is a complete list of almost every available Cheatcode option for KNOPPIX. Cheatcodes enable you to modify the boot parameters and are used to pass options to KNOPPIX which help get it working on difficult hardware. Any of the Cheatcodes in the following list, can be combined to work at boot from the SYSLINUX bootprompt:

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Knoppix 5.1.0 released

Knoppix 5.1.0 has just recently been released. The quoted information listed below is an excerpt taken from the Knoppix source website. In addition, the flaming desktop screenshot as seen here can be attained by booting the by booting the beryl desktop environment. I.E. Use the boot option: knoppix desktop=beryl

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Install Knoppix 5.1.1 to a Flash Drive in Windows

USB Knoppix 5.1? This tutorial covers how to create a Knoppix 5.1.1 Flash Drive using Windows and our custom script. The user can then boot and run Knoppix Linux from a USB Flash Drive. Knoppix is based on Debian GNU/Linux and includes many useful applications such as Abiword, OpenOffice, Gimp, Konqueror, Mozilla, Apache, PHP, MySQL along with hundreds of other Open Source applications. Keep reading and we will show you how to make your own Portable Knoppix that you can then boot from any PC that supports USB boot.

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Install Ultimate Boot CD (UBCD) to a Flash Drive in Windows

In this simplified USB Ultimate Boot CD walkthrough tutorial, we will demonstrate How To create a USB bootable Ultimate Boot CD (UBCD) Flash Drive using a Windows host PC and our third party Universal USB Installer to create the UBCD Flash Drive. Ultimate Boot CD is an awesome PC diagnostics tool that condenses over 100 useful PC diagnostics and hardware troubleshooting tools into a single easy to use interface.

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