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Knoppix

Knoppix 5.1.1
Website: www.knoppix.org
Company/
developer:
Klaus Knopper
OS family: Linux
Source model: Open source
Latest stable release: 5.1.1 / January 4, 2007
Available language(s): German and English
(French with Kaella)
Kernel type: Monolithic kernel, Linux
License: Various, mostly GPL[1]
Working state: Current

Knoppix, or KNOPPIX, is a complete Linux distribution on a CD. This includes a working computer operating system and a powerful suite of graphical user software which can be used as a live CD. It is a Debian-based Linux distribution, developed by Linux consultant Klaus Knopper. Image File history File links Size of this preview: 800 × 600 pixelsFull resolution (1024 × 768 pixel, file size: 625 KB, MIME type: image/png) Created using Screen Capture on Knoppix 5. ... A website (alternatively, Web site or web site) is a collection of Web pages, images, videos and other digital assets that is hosted on one or several Web server(s), usually accessible via the Internet, cell phone or a LAN. A Web page is a document, typically written in HTML... The term software company could be applied to: a) a company that produces software, distributes software from a third party, or provides services such as custom software development. ... For other uses, see Software developer (disambiguation). ... Klaus Knopper (born 1968 in Ingelheim) is a German electrical engineer. ... This article is about operating systems that use the Linux kernel. ... Open source refers to projects that are open to the public and which draw on other projects that are freely available to the general public. ... is the 4th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... Kaella (Kah-el-lah) is a LiveCD adapted from Knoppix and modified to work with the French language. ... A kernel connects the application software to the hardware of a computer. ... It has been suggested that Monolithic system be merged into this article or section. ... The Linux kernel is a Unix-like operating system kernel. ... A software license is a legal agreement which may take the form of a proprietary or gratuitous license as well as a memorandum of contract between a producer and a user of computer software. ... The GNU logo For other uses of GPL, see GPL (disambiguation). ... A Linux distribution, often simply distribution or distro, is a member of the Linux family of Unix-like operating systems comprising the Linux kernel, the non-kernel parts of the GNU operating system, and assorted other software. ... This article is about the machine. ... // An operating system (OS) is the software that manages the sharing of the resources of a computer. ... Gnoppix 0. ... Debian is a free operating system. ... This article is about operating systems that use the Linux kernel. ... Klaus Knopper (born 1968 in Ingelheim) is a German electrical engineer. ...


When repairing systems with non-booting hard drives, live CD operating systems like Knoppix are a much more comfortable environment than the previous solution of boot floppies, thanks to the complete graphical environment and networking. A boot disk is a removable media, normally read-only, that can boot an operating system or utility. ...


Although Knoppix is primarily designed to be used as a live CD, it can also be installed on a hard disk like a typical operating system. Computers that support booting from USB devices can load Knoppix from a live USB flash drive or memory card. Typical hard drives of the mid-1990s. ... A live USB is a USB flash drive containing a full operating system which can be booted from. ... “JumpDrive” redirects here. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


There are two main editions of Knoppix: the traditional Compact Disc (700 megabytes) edition and the DVD (4.7 gigabytes) "Maxi" edition. Each of these main editions have two language-specific editions: English and German. There is also Tapani Räikkönen's Finnish translation, SuomiKnoppix. A compact disc or CD is an optical disc used to store digital data, originally developed for storing digital audio. ... ReBoot character, see Megabyte (ReBoot). ... Size comparison: A 12 cm Sony DVD+RW and a 19 cm Dixon Ticonderoga pencil. ... This article is about the unit of measurement. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ...


When starting a program it is loaded from the optical disc and decompressed into a RAM drive. The decompression is transparent and on-the-fly. “Optical media” redirects here. ... A RAM disk or RAMdrive is a segment of active computer memory, RAM, which is being used as secondary storage, typically a role for a disk drive. ... In human-computer interaction, computer transparency is an aspect of user friendliness which prevents the user from worrying about technical details (like installation, updating, downloading or device drivers). ... Look up On the fly in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


Knoppix mostly consists of free software, but also includes proprietary software. This article is about free software as used in the sociopolitical free software movement; for non-free software distributed without charge, see freeware. ... It has been suggested that closed source be merged into this article or section. ...

Contents

Usage

Knoppix can be used to back up files easily from hard drives with inaccessible operating systems. For quick needs of Linux software the live CD can be used instead of installing another OS.


Contents

Knoppix start-up process
Knoppix start-up process

More than 1000 software packages are included on the CD edition and more than 2600 are included on the DVD edition. Up to 9 gigabytes can be stored on the DVD in compressed form. These packages include: Image File history File links Knoppix-3. ... Image File history File links Knoppix-3. ... This article is about the unit of measurement. ... “Source coding” redirects here. ...

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Requirements

Requirements to run Knoppix:

  • Intel-compatible processor (i486 or later)
  • 32 MB of RAM for text mode, at least 96 MB for graphics mode with KDE (at least 128 MB of RAM is recommended to use the various office products)
  • Bootable CD-ROM drive, or a boot floppy and standard CD-ROM (IDE/ATAPI or SCSI)
  • Standard SVGA-compatible graphics card
  • Serial or PS/2 standard mouse or IMPS/2-compatible USB-mouse

Saving changes in the environment

Prior to Knoppix 3.8.2, any documents or settings a user created would disappear upon reboot. This lack of permanence made it necessary to save documents explicitly to a hard drive partition, over the network, or to some removable medium, such as a USB flash drive. Removable media are transportable drives or disks that can be moved easily from one computer to another. ... “JumpDrive” redirects here. ...


It was also possible to set up a "persistent home directory", wherein any documents or settings written to the user's home directory would automatically be redirected to a hard drive or removable medium, which could be automatically mounted on bootup. What is stored there physically is a file called knoppix.img. The file is used to simulate a file system into which files are written for later use. This is transparent for the user. What the user perceives is that it is possible to write files to the home directory. A mount point is a term used to describe where the computer puts the files in a file system on Unix-like systems. ...


Since Knoppix 3.8.1, a UnionFS filesystem transparently saves any new or changed files to a writable filesystem – one which can reside either in memory (ramdisk) or on a hard disk, USB flash drive, etc. UnionFS is a Linux filesystem service which implements a union mount for Linux file systems. ... See Filing system for this term as it is used in libraries and offices In computing, a file system is a method for storing and organizing computer files and the data they contain to make it easy to find and access them. ... See Filing system for this term as it is used in libraries and offices In computing, a file system is a method for storing and organizing computer files and the data they contain to make it easy to find and access them. ... A ramdisk is a filesystem that resides in volatile, random access memory. ... Typical hard drives of the mid-1990s. ...


This means that the user can modify the software installed on the Knoppix system, such as by using APT to install or update software. Advanced Packaging Tool, or APT, is a package management system used by Debian and its derivatives. ...


By carrying a Knoppix CD and a USB flash drive, a user can have the same environment, programs, settings, and data available on any computer that is Knoppix compatible.


Boot options

When using Knoppix as a live CD, boot options, also known as 'cheatcodes'[1], can be used to override a default setting or automatic hardware detection when it fails. For example, the user may wish to boot into a plain console, or proceed without SCSI support. For this, Knoppix allows the user to enter one or more cheat codes at the prompt before booting. If the user doesn't enter a cheat code, or if no key is pressed before the timeout, Knoppix will boot with its default options. For example, to set the language to French rather than the default, one would type:


knoppix lang=fr


Popularity

Knoppix is reported to be one of the most popular LiveCD Linux distributions.[2] There are factors that contribute to the popularity of Knoppix:

  • Knoppix was one of the first LiveCDs available, and is known as the "original" Debian-based LiveCD
  • Its extensive hardware detection allows most systems to start Knoppix without any configuration
  • Its ability to automatically connect to most kinds of networks
  • Its utilities for system repair and troubleshooting

Knoppix works on a fairly high number of PCs or laptops, but not all. The automatic hardware detection cannot cope with all hardware, and sometimes the drivers used will not be optimal. Knoppix has difficulty recognizing some cards made before 1998, or motherboards with a BIOS made before 2002. (In some cases, manual configuration with codes entered at boot time can overcome problems with automatic detection.) For the scientific and engineering discipline studying computer networks, see Computer networking. ...


If a PC does not have enough RAM to run KDE and other included programs, Knoppix boots up a very limited TWM session instead. The only window running in the TWM session by default is xterm. KDE (K Desktop Environment) (IPA: ) is a free software project which aims to be a powerful system for an easy-to-use desktop environment. ... twm desktop In computing, twm (Toms Window Manager or Tab Window Manager) is the standard window manager for the X Window System, version X11R4 onwards. ...


Versions

Starting from version 4.0, Knoppix has been split into a DVD "maxi" edition (with over 9GB of software), and a CD "light" edition, both developed in parallel.

Knoppix version Release date
3.1 19 January 2003
3.2 26 July 2003
3.3 16 February 2004
3.4 17 May 2004
3.6 16 August 2004
3.7 9 December 2004
3.8.2 12 May 2005
3.9 1 June 2005
4.0 22 June 2005
4.0 updated 16 August 2005
4.0.2 23 September 2005
5.0 25 February 2006
5.0.1 2 June 2006
5.1.0 30 December 2006
5.1.1 4 January 2007

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Variations

Adriane Knoppix

Adriane Knoppix is a variation that is intended for blind and visually impaired people, which can be used entirely without vision oriented output devices. It is due for release in the third quarter of 2007 as a Live CD. Adriane Knoppix is named after Adriane Knopper, the wife of Klaus Knopper, the developer of Knoppix. Adriane has a visual impairment, and has been assisting Klaus with the development of the software.[3] The name Adriane is also an acronym for "Audio Desktop Reference Implementation and Networking Environment". This article is about the visual condition. ... Visual impairment is the functional loss of vision. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era. ... Gnoppix 0. ... Klaus Knopper (born 1968 in Ingelheim) is a German electrical engineer. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Backronym and Apronym (Discuss) Acronyms and initialisms are abbreviations, such as NATO, laser, and ABC, written as the initial letter or letters of words, and pronounced on the basis of this abbreviated written form. ...


Adriane Knoppix is intended not only for the blind but also for beginners who don’t know much about computers. It is simple to use since the user does not have to search through many applications to find what they need. Since Adriane Knoppix is voice based it is much easier to use than other complicated operating systems, especially if you are not a power user. It uses the SUSE-Blind-Linux (SBL) Screenreader with a phoneme generator and speech engine for normal output. SUSE (properly pronounced , but often pronounced /suzi/) is a major retail Linux distribution, produced in Germany. ... In human language, a phoneme is the theoretical representation of a sound. ...


Other variations

  • All In One USB Knoppix - USB portable pocket version.
  • Accelerated-KNOPPIX - takes only 60 seconds or less for a boot up from CD (depending on the hardware used)
  • Arabbix, an old project tasked with bringing forth a fully Arabized LiveCD distribution.
  • ASork, which provides tools for music production.
  • Auditor Security Collection, intended to test the security of networks.
  • BioKnoppix, targeted for molecular biologists.
  • Buildix is oriented on an agile development infrastructure with Trac, Subversion and CruiseControl.
  • ClusterKnoppix, which uses openMosix
  • Damn Small Linux, 50MB image file with a 2.4 kernel. Works as Live CD and Live USB
  • eduKnoppix is aimed at Italian primary schools. It focuses on children aged between 8-15, and thus contains a lot of educational software.
  • Feather Linux, 128MB image with a 2.4 kernel, works as a Live CD and Live USB.
  • Flonix USB Edition, an old liveCD
  • Games Knoppix, which contains a lot of games.
  • Gnoware, Gnoware is Gnowledge GNU/Linux Distribution. It contains Science based Applications.
  • GNUstep, including GNUstep
  • grml, targeted at sysadmins, texttool-users and geeks.
  • Guadalinex, Spanish
  • Helix, Focuses on the computer security areas of forensics, data discovery and incident response.
  • Hikarunix, which provides a full study/play environment for Go.
  • INSERT, which is an acronym for INside SEcurity Rescue Toolkit. It fits on a Mini-Live CD and is focused on security and system repairs.
  • Jux, which is a German version aimed at children and contains the Flash Player and the Squeak graphical programming environment.
  • Kanotix, which is partially based on Knoppix, but mostly based on Debian Sid.
  • Knoppel, a Greek LiveCD port of Knoppix.
  • KnopILS, an excellent Italian version.
  • Knoppix STD (Security Tools Distribution), which focuses on computer security tools.
  • KNOPPIX/Math :Portable and distributable collection of mathematical software and free documents.
  • KnoppMyth is a distro that attempts to make the Linux and MythTV installation as trivial as possible.
  • Kurumin, in Brazilian Portuguese
  • LEARNIX contains building simulations tools Radiance and ESP-r.
  • Mediainlinux, a multimedia production platform.
  • MeNTOPPIX, which looks more like Windows XP.
  • Morphix is a modular distribution with four basic variations and the ability to construct more variations easily using a module system.
  • Musix GNU+Linux, specifically for musicians
  • Oralux, for visually impaired persons
  • OtterOS, a customized distribution for California State University Monterey Bay
  • ParallelKnoppix, with support for netbooting (via PXE) and Message Passing Interface cluster off a single master node.
  • Snal Linux is non-graphical and uses openMosix.
  • VigyaanCD, which contains Vigyaan, an electronic workbench for bioinformatics, computational biology and computational chemistry.
  • Xarnoppix
  • ZoneCD

This article belongs in one or more categories. ... Buildix is a computer operating system which can be used as a live CD. It is a Knoppix based Linux distribution, developed by Global IT professional services firm, ThoughtWorks. ... Trac is an open source, minimalist and web-based project management and bug-tracking tool, inspired by CVSTrac. ... Subversion (SVN) is an open source version control system. ... In software development, CruiseControl is a Java-based framework for a continuous build process. ... As an operating system, ClusterKnoppix is a specialized Linux distribution that is a modification of the Knoppix distribution, but which uses the OpenMosix kernel. ... Transfers in an openMosix cluster. ... As an operating system, ClusterKnoppix is a specialized Linux distribution that is a modification of the Knoppix distribution, but which uses the OpenMosix kernel. ... Part of a scientific laboratory at the University of Cologne. ... A scale for measuring mass A quantitative property is one that exists in a range of magnitudes, and can therefore be measured. ... Damn Small Linux (also known as DSL or DSLinux) is a Linux distribution originally conceived as an operating system to run on lower specification systems, including computers which would otherwise come out of use. ... Gnoppix 0. ... A live USB is a USB flash drive containing a full operating system which can be booted from. ... Feather Linux, created by Robert Sullivan, is a Knoppix-based Linux distribution which currently fits in under 128MB (while older versions were made to fit within 64MB). ... Gnoppix 0. ... A live USB is a USB flash drive containing a full operating system which can be booted from. ... Flonix USB Edition is a compact GNU/Linux operating system for the x86 architecture that runs from USB flash drives. ... GNUstep is a free software implementation of NeXTs OpenStep Objective-C libraries (called frameworks), widget toolkit, and application development tools not only for Unix-like operating systems, but also for Microsoft Windows. ... Guadalinex is a Debian based LiveCD linux distribution promoted by the government of Andalusia (Spain). ... Helix is a freely available Linux distribution based on Knoppix. ... Hikarunix is a GNU/Linux distribution in LiveCD format. ... For the insert keyword in SQL language, see insert (SQL) For the Vancouver, Canada band, see Insert (Band) In film, an insert is a shot of part of a scene as filmed from a different angle and/or focal length from the master shot. ... Screenshot of the Squeak VM running under X11 on Kubuntu Linux. ... Kanotix, also referred to as KANOTIX, is a Linux distribution LiveCD (LiveDistro) based on Debian unstable (but moved after the last release to Debian etch) with advanced hardware detection. ... Knoppix STD (security tools distribution) is a customized version of the Linux distribution Knoppix that focuses on computer security tools. ... This article “Secure computing” redirects here. ... Mathematical software is a type of software genre which has mathematics in common. ... Knoppmyth is a portmanteau of Knoppix and Mythtv. ... MythTV is a Linux application that turns a computer with the necessary hardware into a digital video recorder, a digital multimedia home entertainment system, or Home Theater Personal Computer. ... Kurumin linux is a Brazilian run-from-CD Linux distribution based on Knoppix. ... Brazilian Portuguese (Português Brasileiro in Portuguese) is the group of dialects of Portuguese written and spoken by virtually all the 190 million inhabitants of Brazil and by a couple million Brazilian immigrants, mainly in the United States, Portugal, Canada, Japan, and Paraguay. ... Radiance is a suite of tools for performing lighting simulation originally written by Greg Ward. ... Mediainlinux is a Linux LiveCD distribution that was oriented toward multimedia production. ... Morphix desktop Morphix is a modular Linux distribution, based on Knoppix (which is in turn based on Debian). ... The current version of the article or section reads like an advertisement. ... Oralux is an audio GNU/Linux distribution for visually impaired persons. ... The Preboot Execution Environment (PXE, aka Pre-Execution Environment, or pixie) is an environment to bootstrap computers using a network interface card independently of available data storage devices (like hard disks) or installed operating systems. ... The Message Passing Interface (MPI) is a computer communications protocol. ... Transfers in an openMosix cluster. ...

References

  1. ^ KNOPPIX Linux Live CD: What license does the KNOPPIX-CD use?. Retrieved on 2007-07-16.
  2. ^ DistroWatch has KNOPPIX as the third LiveCD Linux distribution appearing in their Page Hits chart, as of October 4 2006.
  3. ^ Swapnil Bhartiya, EFY News, Free Operating System For Blind: Adriane Knoppix accessed 2 February 2007

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Further reading

Books

  • Granneman, Scott (2005). Hacking Knoppix. Wiley. ISBN 978-0-7645-9784-8. 
  • Rankin, Kyle (2004). Knoppix Hacks. O'Reilly. ISBN 978-0-596-00787-4. 

Scott Granneman is an author and a monthly columnist at SecurityFocus and Linux Magazine. ... The Wiley Building in Hoboken, New Jersey, located on the waterfront between River Street and Frank Sinatra Drive. ... Programming Perl is a classic OReilly book. ...

News articles

  • Cameron Laird: Knoppix gives bootable, one-disk Linux (IBM developer works)
  • Distrowatch.com interview with Klaus Knopper
  • System recovery with Knoppix (IBM developer works)

See also

Free software Portal

Image File history File links Free_Software_Portal_Logo. ... Gnoppix 0. ...

External links

Wikibooks
Wikibooks has more about this subject:
Knowing Knoppix
  • Official website
  • Knoppix.net - English user site
  • Knoppix at DistroWatch
  • USB Knoppix - Run it from a pendrive
  • Adriane Knoppix site
  • Knoppix wiki

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