Discussion in 'Linux' started by atomicmufin, May 16, 2009.
ah yes. I'm going to use vmware in a minute or two.
Sweet, gonna try Fedora.
How can I tell if its a LiveCD? I've got one from a..... "different" source, adn it says "USB-Bootable". How can you tell if its a livecd?
usb bootable means you can install it to a flash drive and boot that drive at startup.
Ok, you can tell if the ISO is a "liveCD" version if you can burn it to a CD and be able to "try it without any changes to your computer." It will have the extension: .iso. If it is USB bootable, then it is probably Live.
Btw, can someone PM me a link for a version of Leopard that will work with VMware? Thanks in advance.
Urgh.... anybody have a LiveCD of Leopard or know where to find one? Insanelymac is still down... (Is is against the rules to ask that?)
List of every single LiveCD (non-illegal) out there. Enjoy.
Maybe also include that Fedora is developed by Red Hat, their non enterprise release.
Separate names with a comma.