Knoppix 3.8 IN Windows


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g-n-t

im getting 260 now. almost done, will seed tomorrow, need to sleep now.

Edit: crap, back to 44. oh well.

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g-n-t

done, but no luck in alcohol. keeps tellking me device not found, although it mounts and autoruns correctly

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Unobscured Vision

I'm installing Debian Sarge to it right now. :yes:

So far so good.

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JVAGO

:D I am [of course] a noob/newb/n00b to this and need to ask a few Q's and then I can download and be on me happy nooby little way. Torrent...seen it once but have no idea about using it at all :p Legal? And....WTF is wrong with that guy on the first page?

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StuRReaL
How does this work? Do I burn it to a CD, then run it in windows? Or do I boot from the CD?

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Alcohol 120% is your friend :p then u can run it from the ISO :p

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xxdesmus

mounted, autorun fires off and opens it up....it is a little bit laggy for some reason, i am going to burn the cd and try it that way when i get home from work

oh, and wireless setup was a breeze...if this works at full speed it will be *very* nice ;)

WTF is wrong with that guy on the first page?

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What guy? The << removed >> ranting about "hackers"? ...Or me with my Jessica Alba picture? ;)

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pixil9
Thanks for the bad news.  I hate when **** gets too easy for every ****ing n00b on the planet to use.  Everything gets messed up.  I thought it was enough with livecd. but now this. great. i'm sure this will give birth to a few thousand lamers thinking they have mad skills.

I just use VmWare with nix

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^ maybe its me, but i know 5000+ people who dont know anything about computers yet everyday try to act like there smart by trying out different tweaks and using outdated trojans on people calling themself hackers.  Now this is going to be added in the list "WOW IM RUNNING LINUX IN A WINDODOOOWW!! im 1337"!!!

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Wow. A title.  That can be changed,  The views and actions of wannabe's can't. as there so caught up in this.  Yeah,  i know that is, but the whole view should be changed about linux becasue to leet wannabes (noobs, lamers, hacker wannabes) its known as some elite os you use to madly h4x0r and pwn people.  (im not saying i'm leet and that others are trying to become like me.)

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wow you're the biggest << removed >> on neowin.. Who gives a flying **** if they're using outdated trojans and think they're hackers. << removed >>?

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Barney T.

This whole thread is full of trolls and flamers........ what gives?

I have found the Linux/BSD/Unix Client subforum to be full of (mostly) mature, honest , and eager to help folks........ this whole discussion is more like the teenager responses found in the different Windows threads.... sorry..... :no:

Barney

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xxdesmus
This whole thread is full of trolls and flamers........  what gives?

I have found the Linux/BSD/Unix Client subforum to be full of (mostly) mature, honest , and eager to help folks........ this whole discussion is more like the teenager responses found in the different Windows threads.... sorry.....  :no:

Barney

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very true, everyone i've talked to in the linux/etc forum's have been very help...ah well, this is a very cool development even it means things will become more mainstream :yes:

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markjensen

I have sanitized the worst of the abuse.

Now, knock it off, people! :crazy:

Keep it on-topic. Personal attacks are uncalled-for.

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Kurt

Nice, and it runs cool but why is it slow? Is that normal?

thanks

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markjensen

I imagine that Knoppix running as a window inside Windows is a bit slow because it is given a much smaller portion of resources, as MS Windows is a 'host' OS running a virtual computer to support a 'guest' install of Knoppix.

Not exactly like you are running a real Linux install. ;)

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Kurt

Yea thought so.. Just experiment and get that idea.. :)

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xxdesmus

so this will never be 100% i take it right? ...it's the same speed as running it in a virtual pc or vmware right? (because that's essentially what's it's doing)

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+M2Ys4U

Does this emulate a system (like VMWare) or does it just run X as a process, if so, whats different about this than VMWare or Cygwin + X ?

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Ivand
everyone post their impressions once they finish the download and start it up ...

My god Solarix...i could just stare at Jessica Alba's ass all night long :laugh:

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That's not Jessica Alba's ass dude :p

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xxdesmus

Who is it then? ...She's damn who regardless ;)

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Rix

Nice - I have VMWare but i'll try this ;)

Getting a nice 115Kbps :)

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Another_Paul

Yay, I'm up to 35kbps, better than the 7kbps I was getting earlier.

*EDIT*

Woah, now up to 215kbps! Nice jump :)

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NYCBetaSte

running it right now, nice and super slow so far

hopefully im doing it right

its the speed of running winxp under a system that was made for windows 3.1 haha

everything is stable so far just really slow, maybe i should try turing off all open programs and reboot first....

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jack_canada

There are other live cds that run inside a window and uses QEMU as well. I remember there's one based on damn small linux.

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insanekiwi

trying this was fun, but way too slow.

/me boots into real linux :p

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