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20 April 2004
Filed under:Open source,Software reviews at11:58 am

The clever people at DemoLinux have produced a freely downloadable file you can put on to a single CD-ROM. The advantage of this is that as long as your PC allows you to boot from its CD-ROM drive this disc provides a useable installation of “Debian”:http://www.debian.org Linux you can run on your PC without having to change any of its settings. An ideal low risk way to get a taste of what Linux can offer without the hassle of re-partitioning your hard disk etc. It even includes a version of OpenOffice – the open source substitute for Microsoft Office.

Thanks to “Follow Me Here”:http://world.std.com/home/dacha/WWW/emg/public_html/2003_11_01_blog_archive.html#106779797278667523 for the link.

1 Comment

  1. DemoLinux is 2 years old.
    I would like to tell you about SLAX, similar project which is very up to date.


    See screenshots, you will like it 🙂

    Comment by Tomas Matejicek — 27 April 2004 @ 8:16 am

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