Knoppix 7.0

Knoppix 7.0

Article from Issue 137/2012

This month’s Linux Magazine DVD is the brand new Knoppix 7.0 Live distro in 32- and 64-bit options.

Knoppix 7.0, which is based on kernel 3.2.4, excels as a system rescue and trouble-shooting tool but also includes the latest desktop software, such as LibreOffice 3.4.5, Iceweasel (Firefox) 10.0, Chromium 16, LXDE, KDE 4.4.5, Gnome 3.2.2.

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