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    Knoppix on a hdd

    I hav knoppix 3.2 and i want to install it on one of my hdd's but how should i do this? do i keep the hdd clean and just drag and drop the entire cd on to hdd or is there a way to make knoppix the master os


    simply i want knoppix on a hdd not a cd how do i do this
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    There's actually a script on the cd called "knoppix-install" that will install it on the hdd for you.. Apparently there's also a gui called qtparted for creating partitions (make your own swap and such) and there's always cfdisk...
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    damn thanks for the quick response il give them a try
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    Actually I believe the script is
    knx-hdinstall
    type sudo knx-hdinstall at the command prompt.
    that worked for me.
    if that doesn't work try it without the sudo.
    Have fun.

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