Kewl! Sign me up.
And I've got one of those mini-kernels that fits on a single 1.44 MB floppy.
It's really great if you screw up while installing Linux. I'll add it to the
list of available for copy items. It's the "Tom's" one that's mentioned in the
Linux Crash Rescue How To.
Quoting Benji <[log in to unmask]>:
> Hey everyone. I have been using a really cool distro called "Knoppix".
> It is a 700MB CD, that is bootable, and doesn't even require a hard
> If you are new to linux, or if you have been using it since forever,
> MUST TRY THIS DISC! It is really cool.
> I've got an image of the disc here in Votey 328A, and I'll gladly make
> copy for anyone that stops by.
> On Thu, 5 Jun 2003, Ange Barbateiu wrote:
> > Hi, is anyone reading CSSA mail in the summer? I think I may have an
> idea. I just
> > watched Revolution OS, a movie about Linux and GNU. I became very
> jealous of the
> > Linux User's Group in Silicon Valley. They have Linux Installation
> Parties on a regular
> > basis.
> > Do you think there's enough interest for that to happen here at UVM?
> At least one party
> > next semester? It would also be cool to have a Linux configuration
> party, because that
> > takes even longer than installing. Any interest?
> > -Ange
> > PS: Of course, I'll be happy to offer the movie for a movie night