Knoppix was one of the first Linux LiveCDs which has must to do with it's enduring popularity. A a Debian-based Linux distro, Knoppix includes standard packages, such as Open Office and Firefox. Because the developers value stability, there is usually a great amount of time between releases of new version.
This guide to Knoppix will tell you how to use it, how to fine-tune it and how to deal with potential problems that arise from normal use. The resources on this page are suitable for users of all levels.
Image Credit: Knopper.net
|Fixing Hard Drive Errors Using the Debian-based Knoppix Distribution
The Knoppix CD serves as a rescue disk that allows a computer user access to applications and utilities that allow him to fix hard drive errors. The graphical user interface makes the...
Understanding Knoppix - Beginner's User Guide
If you're interested in working with Knoppix Linux, but not sure if it's right for you, learn the very basics in these Knoppix tutorials....
|How To Recover Files From a Crashed Hard Drive
To paraphrase the advice of a former professor, if you only have a single copy of a particular file, that file is 'doomed.' If the unthinkable has occurred, and you find yourself...
Run Disk Recovery Tools from a USB Stick!
Thanks to virtualization and special Linux "live" distros you can maintain a collection of vital PC and hard drive data recovery tools on a USB Flash dongle!...