Live Cd Os
configuration that can be booted from a CD (
). To be useful, the distribution must be able to recognise a good variety of common hardware configurations.
There are some interesting applications (e.g.
based router at
Live CD bootable
tends to mean no harddrive. The kernel is loaded to memory and no form of hard storage is
to run the operating system. (Of course you can always mount your favourite device to store data...)
CHAOS openMosix is Live:
is the product that created the term
equivalent, check out
. The author said his work received uninvited comments from MS manager, including legality. Anyone who have experience on this option please share it here.
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