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Are Computers without Hard Drives Useless? Doubtful.

August 13th, 2005

Flexbeta has and article talking about Knoppix, and what it can be used for. More of an introduction to Knoppix than anything else.

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  1. Martin
    August 15th, 2005 at 09:24 | #1

    As far as I can try, PC’s without hard drives can do quite well, if they have a CD-rom, and a copy of Puppy Linux running.
    It doesn’t use a lot of mem, so any old piece of crap will do…

    one could run a whole internet café, or school, like this.

    However, for one’s main PC, there’s still a need for 1 (or 2?) hard drive.

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