It is always obvious for those who are bright enough to read such text.
Test your ability here as I did.
We have tried to make Fluxbuntu as accessible to users as possible. A user with a moderate amount of computing knowledge should have the ability to install Fluxbuntu or take it for a test flight using the "Live CD". A "Live CD" allows you to start your computer up and try out Fluxbuntu without even touching your regular computing environment. This means that you have complete freedom to try out Fluxbuntu before you decide to install it. If you think you would like to use Fluxbuntu on a computer with a full installation, simply follow the
Now that could mean very many things.
1. That all of them are both live and install at same time but
says installer to not let the newbies feel stranded if they want
an installer and would not know that a live usually also means
that it allows you to chose install. At least very many allow this.
2. It could means that one have to look out for a special iso that
specify it is a live cd but I didn't find any such at any of the
mirrors. Maybe me failed to know how to find them?
3. it could mean they have had such live cds there but discontinued
due to some bug but forgot to tell that in that page?
can you find a live cd there cause the one I downloaded nowhere let
you chose to not install. Every option was about installing.
Since then I downloaded Myrinix Debian? Sudix? anyway that was a live
cd though. but it didn't say anything about that in the iso name
Myrinix-2007-08_4.dvd.iso unless the way dvd says it but that could
be because it is bigger than a cd can cope with. 1.6 Gb.
It lacked the permission to write to menu.lst and it lacked mplayer plugin. Maybe due to copyright thing.
Maybe one get writing permission as sudo or higher priv?
But I didn't know how to make me such user in that distro.