Posted by Idean, Wednesday August 04 2004 @ 12:30AM EDT
Many Linux® distributions have been designed as so-called "LiveCDs," CDs that can be booted directly into working Linux systems. In contrast to "rescue mode" bootable options available with most widely used distributions, these LiveCDs are designed to provide a full set of working tools when booted from CD. Some are general-purpose, some highly specialized. This article takes a look at this fast-growing segment of the Linux market.
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