Looks interesting, hadn't seen this before.
However I have decided to use the configuration detailed at
http://t9ce.sourceforge.net/colinux+knoppix.html. It looks as though
it does pretty much everything I want and is more transparent as to
what it is up to. Plus it sets up the FreeNX server, samba, and block
On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 20:41:15 -0500, Tom Short <tshort@...> wrote:
> The latest Quantian offers both 2.6 and 2.4 kernels and is based on Knoppix
> 3.6, so it might be possible with the following (I haven't tried it yet):
> - Tom
> Sam Moffatt wrote:
> > It uses 2.4.x series kernel, so you will need to run 0.6.1, 0.6.2 is a
> > 2.6.x kernel environment. This decision was made because support two
> > kernels was too hard (which I agree with personally). Until Quantian
> > upgrades to the 2.6.x world, it'll be 0.6.1 only.
> > Not quite sure on installation specifics, not my area, will have to
> > ask someone else,
> > Sam
> > On Sun, 27 Feb 2005 10:32:38 +0000, Andy Main <andy.neerdowell@...> wrote:
> >>Hi there,
> >>I was just wonderring something. There is a particular knoppix type
> >>distro called Quantian (http://dirk.eddelbuettel.com/quantian.html)
> >>that I have been meaning to use as it includes everthing I want. It
> >>is my understanding from the wiki that with knoppix installs you
> >>extract and fix the initrd for colinux use, and then just use the ISO
> >>direct. Is this correct? If this is the case how would I save
> >>anything (say my home drive, network setup, and my samba drives)? Do
> >>I do an install instead? It is only that this particular distro does
> >>all the hard work for me as it has everything I need (plus more!).
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