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I found just too many Distos out there, doing the same thing. Same bad distro, some good, and some excellent.
If Linux community stop being an S, co-oporate work together on only a few distro with divided into LiveCD, Rescue, Desktop, Palm, Tablet, Server... linux would more likely to take away the Microsoft world by at least 50%.
Unfortunately, most linux communities are like bunch of loose sands, will definitely going nowhere, one step forward 2 step fall backward.
Sad ut fact.
I tested many Live Cd distros, the only one acceptable running without trouble in all PC, old and new, is Berry Linux and Freesbsd.
The rest is either could detect cable modem or dsl modem, or worst it crash when you oeprate in abusively speed. So far, I haven't found one really able to detect existing HDs with ntfs format automatically.
I heard of planB, but it suckx on download.
Will keep you all posted when I finally found one consider better than the 2 I tested.