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evil_Tak 11-05-2003 04:22 PM

Live CD for developers?
Does anyone know of a knoppix-like live cd for developers? Ideally what I want is something to turn any machine into a dev workstation. Included packages would be things like anjuta, kdevelop, jedit, netbeans or eclipse, gcc (of course), a j2[sem]e (NOT gcj!), glade, qtdesigner, ddd, valgrind, and things of that nature.

kasperhans 11-05-2003 06:19 PM

have a look at morphix, its a modular live cd or at this page there is a list of most actual live cds avaible:

Cerbere 11-06-2003 04:39 AM

Check out the Slackware Live site. They have a script for building your own live cd from a Slackware distro where you can install whatever you like (and leave out whatever you dont)

--- Cerbere

evil_Tak 11-06-2003 09:39 AM

Bleh, I'm going to build my own live cd, I guess, probably based on morphix. (Because making a Slackware-based live cd makes me feel dirty... :D )

So, now my question is: what would you want to see in a developer's live cd? Include your favorite: IDEs, editors, compilers, interpreters, debuggers, doc generators, and things I've forgotten.

kasperhans 11-06-2003 03:58 PM

of course python,perl,c compiler, nano!! :)...

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