DesktopLinux.com has an article full of useful LiveCD information.
Tom’s Hardware has a quality how-to article about using Knoppix on a USB flash drive for various tasks.
This article provides a gentle introduction to how a simple Knoppix configuration can become an indispensable item in a mobile technical toolkit.
Linux.com has some video tutorials on repartitioning a Windows machine. They utilize the excellent GParted LiveCD.
LINUX.SYS-CON.COM dives into the world of Damn Small Linux, and describes some of the more interesting uses of this great lightweight LiveCD.
In this article you will learn how to turn a blank CD and an inexpensive USB keydrive into a powerful, portable, take-along operating system complete with modern applications like Firefox, a Web server, and multimedia tools. All this can be done using free Open Source Linux software.
NewsForge uses the great grml LiveCD to check their hardware.
A GNU/Linux live CD distribution can come handy for hardware diagnostics. For this purpose, my favorite live CD distribution is GRML, which bundles the tools we’re about to discuss, along with some other useful programs for both home users and veteran system administrators.
The Waterloo Chronicle introduces its readers to Linux via a Knoppix LiveCD.
Manila Standard Today has an intro to Linux via the Ubuntu 6.06 LiveCD.
Linux.com has a thorough article on customizing Dynebolic.
Linux Forums has a good article on remastering Damn Small Linux.
Free Software Magazine has a great article on Knoppix for those looking to learn a bit about Linux.
Getting started with Knoppix Linux doesnâ€™t have to be costly. Chances are you already have everything you need. The requirements are simple. Any computer newer than 5 years old with a working bootable CD or DVD drive should be able to run Knoppix.
ExtremeTech has an article up on making a bootable movie. This is one of the cooler uses of a Linux LiveCD which I’ve seen. Think of all the effort that went into this project, with the end result being an alternative to a DVD player.
ExtremeTech has a howto on modifiying Knoppix. Good information to move to the next step of saving session data after using Knoppix.
As seen on Digg, O’Reilly has posted a hack from their Knoppix Hacks book showing how to use a Knoppix CD to scan a Windows machine for viruses.
Linux.com is covering the Spanish-language multiple LiveCD/DVD creation script. They go over how it works and summarize the process in English.
Reallylinux.com has an introduction to LiveCDs and Linux using Kanotix.
DistroWatch Weekly introduces us to a Spanish language website detailing the steps (with screenshots) of creating a LiveDVD capable of booting multiple LiveCDs. It’s in the third paragraph down.
All you need to do is to download the ISO images of those distributions that you’d like to have on the live DVD, place them into correct directories, set up GRUB’s menu.lst, and execute a script.
AltHack.com has a Windows based HowTo for creating a Damn Small Linux bootable USB flash drive.
InformationWeek has a step-by-step howto for getting Windows XP to boot off a USB flash drive.
Since our earlier discussions, three things have happened that can make it much, much easier to get XP to boot from a USB device.
nixCraft tells us how to recover a grub boot loader password using Knoppix.
ExtremeTech posted another chapter from their book Hacking Knoppix. Definitely worth bookmarking.
A bootable disk with Knoppix can be a lifesaver when your computer goes awry. In this feature, we guide you through the process of fixing Linux with Knoppix, which includes repairing boot issues, working with key system files, and working with Linux partitions.