Does the gnome live cd install a “live version” of OpenSUSE or a "standard version???
I used knoppix 4.x long time ago… I don’t want to end up with a default user called linuxuser and not be able to save any changed unless I created an additional read/write partition.
SLES and RHEL don’t have live versions so this is kind of new to me.
The live disks are runnable to test things out. But the install is a normal install. But because of limited space on a CD not all the packages that are on a DVD ae available. They can however be installed latter by the Yast Software Management utility.
On Sun, 04 Jul 2010 01:36:04 +0000, y0z wrote for a reply:
> Thanks gogalthorp!
I think it was OpenSuse 10.3 when I used the LiveCD for an install, it
gave me all types of problems by missing libraries and some core programs
that should have been installed but weren’t. When I dl’d and used the
installation DVD all problems were resolved.
Long run an installation DVD is also a good recovery DVD. To save DVDs
you might want to consider a network install.