Remaster Knoppix without Remastering

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Operating Systems on December 08, 2008

If you have used Knoppix long enough, you have probably eventually decided you would like to tweak it to add a setting or package. Most people resort to the full remastering process – uncompressing and changing the loopback file system – and are faced with a complicated, time-consuming process. In this talk Kyle Rankin will discuss a number of different methods you can use to change Knoppix's default behavior while bypassing the compressed loopback file system.

Speaker: Kyle Rankin
Kyle Rankin is a senior system administrator for Quinstreet, Inc., the current president of the North Bay Linux Users' Group, the author of Knoppix Hacks, Knoppix Pocket Reference, Linux Multimedia Hacks, and Ubuntu Hacks and has contributed to a number of other O'Reilly books. Kyle is also a columnist for Linux Journal and has had articles featured in PC Magazine, TechTarget, and other publications.

Google Tech Talks
April, 10 2008

Watch Video

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Conferences, OS, Linux, engEDU, Education, Google Tech Talks, Knoppix, Companies