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    CeBIT-news: Klaus presentated Knoppix 3.2

    Salve!

    The newschannel of the German IT-Magazin C't reported today that Knoppix 3.2
    is published at the world biggest ICT-fair CeBIT in Hannover:
    http://www.heise.de/newsticker/data/odi-07.03.03-000/

    Knoppix 3.2 has now KDE 3.1 and "persistant home" - a way to save
    the configuration also on hd and USB-Memory-Sticks.

    Cheers,
    rob

    PS: There isn't 3.2 on the ftp-mirrors yet

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    YEA!!!

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    COOL!

    I can't wait to try it out!
    ...i also can't wait to see the changelog. i hope it's not like the last one
    " Lots of updates and bugfixes"
    details people details!

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    plz explain...

    sorry...i know this is dumb, but still new - what do you mean by "persistent home"

    thx!

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    Re: plz explain...

    Quote Originally Posted by lindleyrl
    sorry...i know this is dumb, but still new - what do you mean by "persistent home"
    No this isn't dumb - I was looking to find a description or try to
    start a PersistantHomeHowTo... So I've searched this forum and
    found:

    --snipp--
    > "Persistent home" is just about the /home directory of knoppix, that
    > normally resides in a ramdisk. What persistent home does is: it
    > "replaces" the ramdisk by a harddisk (or thumbdrive...) for your /home
    > directory. So whatever you put in your /home directory (the one from
    > knoppix!!!) is no longer lost if you reboot knoppix.

    That as always been my understanding of persitant home, save the home
    directory in those physical place. So actually you keep your
    file/settings for all the thinks the user knoppix is doing there.
    --snapp--
    People of this forum though already to use a sever somewhere in the
    internet instead of an USB stick

    Konfiguration/Installing was yesterday
    Using/Working is Knoppix
    rob

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    About: Knoppix Persistent Home 0.4

    Salve,

    here is the ultimative persitent home thread:

    ANNOUNCE: Knoppix Persistent Home 0.4 released
    http://www.knoppix.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=155
    rob

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    Klaus wrote:

    "I'm already finished with integration of KDE 3.1 on the official
    version
    (which will be 3.2). I'm planning to release it on CeBit 2003. Since
    people are keeping me busy with emails, and I have to travel a lot
    during the next weeks, there will be not much chance of a new release before the official 3.2, though."

    And the new 3.2 wallpapers:
    http://www.evil-genius.org/downloads...aper-1024x.jpg

    http://www.evil-genius.org/downloads...aper-1280x.jpg

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    When will it get on the mirrors?

    I wonder if edaz's SuSE frame style boot loader graphics are included?

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    [edit] I see.. cool, they are cool wallpapers!! [/edit]

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    Knoppix.org webpage update with news

    Salve!

    see http://www.knopper.net/knoppix/index-en.html

    --snipp--
    KNOPPIX at CeBit 2003, Hall 11 (enac europe), booth D42-21b


    On this years CeBit, Version 3.2 of KNOPPIX will be presented. Pressed CDs are available at the KNOPPIX/LinuxTag booth in hall 11, and at the booth of the c't magazine (Halle 5, Stand E3. ISO-Images will be available after CeBit on the official mirrors, shortly after CeBit.

    Neue Features:
    KDE 3.1 (woody release) from ktown.kde.org,
    Evolution 1.2.1
    OpenOffice 1.0.2 (german and english)
    KOffice 1.2.1
    Possibility to create a persistent homedir with personal data and desktop settings on a memory stick or similar, optional with AES encryption.
    Many updates and new tables for hardware detection
    --snapp--

    Visit the CeBIT 12.03-19.03.2003 if you can't wait to get 3.2
    "ISO-Images will be available after CeBit on the official mirrors, shortly after CeBit." This means still 11 days to wait ....
    ... this is a cool trick to visit Klaus himself at CeBIT
    rob

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