On 5 Mar 2005, at 22:35, John P. Looney wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 05, 2005 at 03:47:59PM +0100, Paul Biggar mentioned:
>> Its got gaim, firefox, openoffice and evolution, and runs gnome
>> folded into the kernel so its very fast.
>> I do not think that word means what you think it means.
I think John is on the money there. I visited the Beatrix site and it
is YAKBLLCD (Yet Another Knoppix Based Linux Live CD). It use Gnome
rather than KDE, and has a very much simplified desktop with just four
icons. It claims to run on any Pentium class PC with at least 64M of
One of the icons is for Open Office. Running OO with 64M of RAM is, to
say the very least of it, not going to be a thrilling experience. And
as a live CD? Good luck.
> Do you not mean that it's running from RAM disk ? Which although
> you'd want a lot of RAM to do it...
Nope - it only needs 64M of RAM - says so right there on the web page.
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