KNOPPIX LINUX NEWEST v. 8.6.1 DVD & 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive + Persistence Mode For Sale
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KNOPPIX LINUX NEWEST v. 8.6.1 DVD & 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive + Persistence Mode:
This sale includes both a DVD and a separate 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive with the Knoppix 8.6.1 System installed onto both of them. This is a unique sale that I sell here on - you get the free DVD with Knoppix 8.6.0 with purchaseThe USB Flash Drive has Persistence Mode added so that you can save your files and data onto it just like a hard driveThis software has been tested and works on both Intel 64 bit PCs/laptops and 64 bit Apple Intel Imacs/laptopsBoots very fast , especially on newer machinesMailed out same day as payment is madeI ship worldwide - message me for is a bootable disc with a collection of GNU/Linux software, automatic hardware detection, and support for many graphics cards, sound cards, SCSI and USB devices and other peripherals. KNOPPIX can be used as a Linux demo, educational disc, rescue system, or adapted and used as a platform for commercial software product demos.
ContentsVersion 8.6 of KNOPPIX is based on → Debian/stable (buster), with some packages from Debian/testing and unstable (sid) for newer graphics drivers or desktop software packages. It uses → Linux kernel 5.2.5 and Xorg 7.7 (core 1.20.4) for supporting current computer hardware.
Kernel Patches: → cloop, → aufs.
Both 32bit and 64bit kernel supporting both old and new computers, the 64bit version also supporting systems with more than 4GB of RAM and chroot to 64-bit installations for system rescue tasks. The bootloader will start the 64bit kernel automatically if a 64bit-capable CPU is detected (if not manually specified otherwise).
For Computers that can only start from CD, not from DVD or USB flash pen, a tiny bootable CD image has been placed in the "KNOPPIX" folder, which can be burned and used together with the full USB or DVD version in order to start on old computers.
8.6 Updated Kernel and System software (Debian LXDE, the lightweight Knoppix standard desktop including file manager pcmanfm Gnome 3 (Bootoption knoppix64 KDE 5 (knoppix64 Accessible → Adriane Audio Wine 4.0 prerelease for directly installing and running Windows applications on Linux, also Windows Qemu-kvm 3.1 as scriptable virtualization Privacy-enhanced tor browser, upgradeable and startable via the Web-Browser Chromium 76.0.3809.87, Firefox 68.0.1 with ad blocker Ublock Origin and Libre Office 6.3.0-rc2, Gimp Maths/Algebra-Software for teachers, solving equations etc.: Maxima 5.42.1 with direct integration of Maxima sessions into Texmacs, creating documentation directly during live 3D Productivity-Software Blender 2.79.b, Freecad 0.18, Meshlab 1.3.2, Open Scad 2015.03 (→ Bugs) for 3D Prototyping, Slic3r 1.3 for layering 3D Virtualization and Container functions for experimenting: "Knoppix in Knoppix - KVM" (fully virtualized), "Knoppix in Docker" (integrated 64bit Docker environment), "Knoppix in Chroot" (builds a chroot container by Video editing & Productivity: kdenlive 18.12.3, openshot 2.4.3, photofilmstrip 3.7.1, obs-studio Mediathekview OwnCloud 2.5.1 and NextCloud 2.5.1 E-Book Manager calibre Game Engine godot3 Audio/Video transcoder: RipperX 2.8.0, Handbrake UpnP-Streaming: gerbera Automatic resizing of the Overlay-Partition without Reboot (!) even after 1:1 copying to USB flash disk (see → Hybrid Partition Remastering-Option when copying to USB flash disk by Terminator (Terminal-Emulator with many → support for UEFI Secure Boot
Booting from FlashIn order to create a bootable USB-medium (memory flashdisk, SD-card, digital camera with USB connector, cellphone with microSD, ...), the program flash-knoppix can be started from a running KNOPPIX system. This program installs all needed KNOPPIX files onto the FAT-formatted flashdisk, and creates a boot record for it. If desired, the target medium can be partitioned and formatted, or left in its inistal state, so that existing files stay intact. The KNOPPIX Live System starts and runs about factor 5 faster from USB flash disk than from CD or DVD!After having copied the system to flash, using the persistent KNOPPIX image (overlay feature) or an additional Linux partition, it is possible to also store files permanently in live mode. That way, personal settings and additionally installed programs survive a reboot.