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Hi Guys/Gals (detete as applicable)

I heard about a linux browser that loads from a CD and doesnt require a HD, just a basic box... any ideas if this exists and if so were i can find it???

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Morphix provides CD images that you can burn to a CD which can be used as a live CD. You can also choose which sets of programs you want loaded. example: command line only, simple X, KDE, Gnome, etc... I think there's 6 total.

Also, I recently got a Slackware live CD with the latest issue of Linux Format Magazine (UK based, but can be purchased in the USA). It's on the DVD that is included with the mag, but they also have CD's and I believe the slackware live cd can be found on the cd's as well. The DVD also has a copy of America's Army: Operations for linux. I installed it a few days ago and it works great. :)
 

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gotissues68 said:
I use Knoppix which is really nice :) boots from CD and off you go.
i didn't think of it till i saw your post, but Morphix is based off of Knoppix. :)
 
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