Latest Knoppix Linux 8.6.1 OS 64 Bit on DVD or 8GB USB Flash Drive New Release For Sale
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Latest Knoppix 8.6.1
64 Bit Linux Operating System
On DVD or 8GB USB Flash Drive
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Released 14th October 2019
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What is Knoppix?
an open source Linux distribution that gained its popularity from the
fact that the ISO image provides users with a modern live
environment, included a large collection of applications, and
supported numerous hardware components.
as a Live ISO on DVD or Flash Drive
Live ISO consists of a vast collection of GNU/Linux software, support
numerous graphics cards, sound cards, USB devices, various
peripherals and SCSI disks.
can be used to boot an existing OS, run a memory test, or start the
live environment in safe graphics mode.
on the KDE desktop environment
was always based on the KDE desktop environment, which provides users
with a very modern, eye-candy desktop experience and access to
top-notch open source applications and utilities.
run KNOPPIX, you will need to have a computer with at least an Intel
or AMD-compatible CPU (i486 and up), 120 MB of RAM for the graphical
desktop (500MB recommended), a bootable CD-ROM/DVD drive or a USB
flash disk, a standard SVGA-compatible video card,and a USB or PS/2
applications include the Apache OpenOffice office suite, Mozilla
Firefox web browser, GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) image
editor, MPlayer video player, as well as various other utilities for
data rescue, system repair and network analysis tasks.