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Old 05-31-2005, 02:09 AM   #1
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comparing bootable rescue distros

hi, ive used knoppix for quite a while now, but the cd is getting scratched, and its time to burn a new cd. before i do i would like to consider my options.

i mostly use it for rescue etc, but i dont want anything too extremly oriented to a single purpose.

anyone have suggestions or know where i can find a good up to date compairison of bootable cds?
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Nice link, kilgoretrout. Thanks for posting it...


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