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    zaiko2000 NNTP User

    Default live cd

    Is there no way to save the systemdata on your harddisk ? (with knoppix live cd you can every time save what you changed)

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    Default Re: live cd

    I don't think so. The objective of the openSUSE Live-CD is different from Knoppix. The openSUSE Live-CD is designed to give the user a taste of what openSUSE is like, in order to evaluate it for installation, and then if the user prefers, to do that installation.

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    zaiko2000 NNTP User

    Default Re: live cd

    Too bad,

    live cd on it's own is also useful, even without the installation on the HD.

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    Default Re: live cd

    Definitely. It's just that openSUSE uses the live-CD as does Ubuntu or Fedora, really just for demo purposes. The installation DVD can be used for repair and rescue, as some live-CD's are. But for a serious full-blown all-purpose live-CD, Knoppix or Kanotix are the way to go.

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