First off, I assume you know what Linux is right? It's a full fledged-OS. It's like Mac OS. It runs on the entire computer. It doesn't run on Windows like an application.
If you put Linux on your computer, Windows will not be able to run at the same time, at all. Window's executables will not work, only Linux executables will.
Now that that's out of the way, if you're still interested;
You can add printers to Linux, and video drivers come standard for most video cards (NVIDIA, RADEON, etc)
I don't know know how you'll impliment the whitelist, there may be software available for Linux that can accomplish this task, though. I'm sure there is (if it doesn't come with boothbox of course)
As for unpackaging the ISO, you need to download the iso file, and then get a cd burning program (such as nero) and it will burn the ISO image to a CD. You'll go to file>open> and select all compilations from the "file type filter list" and then find the iso and open it. (DON'T DRAG AND DROP THE ISO TO THE NEW FILE LIST, THAT WON'T WORK ;-)
If you have any more questions just ask. ;-)
Last edited by jon_k; 05-24-2005 at 02:24 AM.