[oclug] Help needed: Linux table at Carleton University
vic at gedris.org
Tue Feb 1 09:52:21 EST 2005
On Tue, Feb 01, 2005 at 09:39:29AM -0500, Sean Hammond wrote:
> Does oclug have its own flavour of knoppix?
Yup. It's been through a couple of revisions too. The wiki page for it
And the ISO image is available here:
There are probably several hundred (??) profesionally published copies
of the CD still available. Perhaps Zac will bring them to the meeting
> Knoppix might be a good one to have there. It uses KDE (Ubuntu which
> we have so far is currently gnome only), it's live, user friendly, and
> I think comes on just one disc. I've never used it before. Would
> people recommend knoppix for something like this?
Yes, Knoppix is perfect for this sort of thing. It makes a great demo
disk, and is also quite handy for fixing broken systems (including
I just briefly tried the Ubuntu live CD a few days ago. Very nice as
well, but it takes *very* long to boot up because it seems to go through
half of the Debian installer. :) But once it's up and running, very
> If we could get Oclug knoppix discs that would be fantastic. And this
> gives me an idea, we should obviously make sure to mention oclug
> during the day.
There's also an OCLUG handout available online here:
You could print some of those off to hand out.
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