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    Portable personal desktop. (Score: 1, Interesting)
    by Anonymous on Saturday, May 25 @ 14:20:41 BST

    Or maybe some system to save your changes to /dev/fd0. Then the combination CD/fd would be your desktop.

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    Re: KNOPPIX – Run fully-featured woody from CD (Score: 2, Informative)
    by godot_d6 on Saturday, May 25 @ 17:03:39 BST
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    apt-get install bootcd

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    Re: KNOPPIX – Run fully-featured woody from CD (Score: 1)
    by annoia (cyraxamok<||dot-deekay||>) on Sunday, May 26 @ 02:05:12 BST
    (User Info) http://just.die.ms

    You really ought to try this amazing thing called “The Internet”! Often on “The Internet” you can upload files, and download them later. This actually means, that you can upload your desired config-files to “The Internet” and later, when you need them on another computer, you can download them again!!! I know it sounds crazy, but it’s actually true! This way don’t have to use those old, slooooow, and more and more often, unusable floppies. “The Internet”: The way of the future!

    Well… It was fun to write 🙂

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    Re: KNOPPIX – Run fully-featured woody from CD (Score: 1)
    by bowa (bruno@nospam.waes.net) on Sunday, May 26 @ 13:17:15 BST
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    i was thinking of something similar, boot from cd and having your system and all your files (writable) on a external firewire or usb2 harddisk. that would be really cool, to take it everywhere !

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