Hey guys,
First off, im a Linux novice.
I'm doing a school project on Knoppix and i was hoping to get some information about how Knoppix differs from Debian. From my research so far, i understand that Knoppix includes more bleeding edge software so in certain cases it may not be as stable as Debian (which is one of its biggest selling points) but the trade off is that it gets more functionality. Knoppix currently only has 32 bit support.
Knoppix is primarily a Live CD distro but with a bit of work you can install it on your HDD. Because its a Live CD, it works great when used for recovery of a system thats gone down.

Please correct me if im wrong anywhere and i'd greatly appreciate it if you could point me to a few resources to read up more.