KDE in the HD

warren hrach warren11 at cox.net
Wed Sep 3 01:07:43 BST 2003

On Tue, 2 Sep 2003, Nate Hill wrote:

> On Mon September 1 2003 20:27, Jorge Alvoeiro wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I have just started using Knoppix KDE after it come on a CD as an
> > offer from a PC mag. The version is 3.1.0 and I would like to
> > install and run the KDE on the HD. Can anybody tell me how can I do
> > this?
> >
> > Also does anybody know how to make the Ispell properly configured
> > and in my path?
> I beleive Knoppix can be installed itself. Anyways, you want to 
> install an Operating System first. I would recommend NetBSD but, you 
> probably want something that includes KDE; RedHat or SuSE are a few 
> options.

Knoppix is the operating system.  It will load up from a cd and runs in 
memory only.  It can be installed onto a hard drive.  Instructions on how 
to do this is included on the cd.  At least the cd I had, sorry I gave it 
to a neighbor and don't recall the details.


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