Review: Kanotix LiveCD makes Debian simple

Posted by dave on Aug 6, 2004 12:39 PM EDT
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Debian is one of the fastest growing distributions of GNU/Linux, thanks in part to its Advanced Packaging Tool (APT). However, Debian is difficult to install for many new users. While many commercial projects such as Red Hat and Mandrake offer advanced hardware autoconfiguration, Debian relies on a user's knowledge of the underlying hardware. Enter Kanotix -- a bootable GNU/Linux distribution based on Klaus Knopper's Knoppix that uses mostly fresh Debian sid packages.

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