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I have Knoppix, Kanotix, and Slax. Of the three, Knoppix is the ONLY ONE that has worked flawlessly on every PC I've tried it on. So Knoppix gets my vote. The only thing missing is support for LVM2, but you can easily get that installed using apt-get after booting.
I 've voted damn small linux. It's light, it recognize all hardware very well and it has a lot of nice tools (like hdd-install, usb-stick install, live-cd remastering, ...). The only bad point is the fact you can't use apt-get without troubles.
It suprizes me that Puppy linux has been left off the LiveCD list. I've tried Slax, DSL, Knoppix, Beatrix, and others. They all have their strengths, but my favorite is Puppy. I use it on my laptop all the time. Very fast and flexible. A great one for Newbies to play with and learn linux on. My