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Linux: It’s Not Just for Servers Anymore

July 26th, 2007

Wired gives credit to LiveCDs for the rise in the popularity of Linux desktop computing.

Part of this growth can be chalked up to the trend of the LiveCD, a bootable disk image that users can download and burn to a CD to test the software. Most of the popular Linux makers release software on LiveCDs, and many also ship physical CDs to curious users anywhere in the world for free or for a nominal fee.

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  1. SR
    August 7th, 2007 at 15:12 | #1

    LiveCDs are the ideal way to test and install Linux. Boot ’em, run ’em, then install while surfing for any additional info you might need.

    BTW, how about a review of the latest Sidux? Kanotix is dead, but the superior Sidux lives on!!

  2. January 15th, 2009 at 08:14 | #2

    I’d give credit to virtualization too.

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