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Trabajo práctico 3ro Info MPD e IBS

Backups

http://openbookproject.net/courses/intro2ict/software/backups.xhtml

Seguridad

http://openbookproject.net/courses/intro2ict/software/resources/security_lab_programs.xhtml

http://lifehacker.com/5227896/five-best-malware-removal-tools http://www.lanacion.com.ar/nota.asp?nota_id=1003555 https://alefalletti.wordpress.com/2008/09/26/tp-solucion-a-los-problemas-comunes-de-la-pc-ibs-1ro-info/

Software libre

https://alefalletti.wordpress.com/2008/02/18/tp-documental-software-libre/ http://www.fedaro.info/2007/11/20/guia-practica-sobre-software-libre-su-seleccion-y-aplicacion-local-en-america-latina-y-el-caribe/ SO

http://openbookproject.net/courses/intro2ict/software/operating_systems.xhtml

Curso Ubuntu

http://www.linuxeslibre.com.ar/cursos/course/view.php?id=7

http://bitelia.com/2008/01/curso-de-ubuntu-para-estudiantes-y-profesores

Windows XP: Slipstream Service Pack 3 into Your Windows XP Installation CD

Windows XP: Slipstream Service Pack 3 into Your Windows XP Installation CD

Next time you wipe your PC’s hard drive clean and reinstall Windows with that old installation disc, you don’t want to connect your fresh, unpatched and vulnerable system to the internet only to download 176 new updates from Microsoft. If your XP installation CD is older than 2004, once your system is online, you’ll have to wait for hefty service packs to download, chained to your mouse while pushing the Next button, watching progress bars, and rebooting multiple times. Wouldn’t it be better to start your installation, head out to run errands or grab coffee, and come back to an up-to-date system before your system gets online? It’s possible, using some free software and a blank disc. After the jump, I’ll show you how to create an automated, customized XP installation CD or DVD, that includes Microsoft’s official-but-not-released Service Pack 3 for Windows XP.

Note on the current status of Service Pack 3: As of May 2, 2008, Microsoft has released Windows XP Service Pack 3 to PC manufacturers, but due to a last minute bug discovery which has to do with software for businesses (not home users), they have delayed the «release to web.» This means they are not yet pushing it to users via Windows Update, and they have not yet published a Microsoft Download Center page for it. However, the official SP3 file is available for download on Microsoft’s servers. Here’s the direct link to the English version. No word on when SP3 will appear on Windows Update, but no doubt it will be soon. For more on what you get with the new service pack, here’s our complete field guide to SP3.

Why make a «slipstreamed» disc?

Maybe you’re the type who can’t fathom being absent while Windows installs, unable to prune all the unnecessary applications and features, customize the desktop, set up user accounts and install needed drivers. Well, you and I have a lot in common, but we can both enjoy what nLite, a free slipstreaming utility, can do:

  • Pre-configure and tweak Windows—Nearly every power-user setting, from hidden file showing to deep registry hacks, can be set from the get-go.
  • Pre-install drivers and printers—No more searching through the Nvidia, ATI, or printer manufacturers’ sites for the exact package after install.
  • Strip your system for speed—Adam’s already showed us how nLite can help you trim Windows to its bare essentials, which not only saves disk space and frees up memory, but saves you the time of disabling and removing the superfluous stuff later (and clicking «Yes» on every «Are you sure …» prompt).

What you’ll need

Note for Vista users: There’s a similar utility for creating a slipstreamed Vista DVD, vLite, which got the step-by-step treatment from Digital Inspiration. That tool, however, doesn’t allow for half as much customization—not yet, anyways.

Getting started

nlite_1.jpgAfter you’ve installed nLite, load your installation CD into your disc drive and make sure you’ve got your 25-character product key handy. Launch nLite, click to the next screen, «Locating the Windows installation.» Before you go further, create a new folder somewhere on your computer, at the hard drive root (as in «C:\») if possible. Click «Browse,» select your CD drive, and you’ll be prompted to copy your CD to a folder. Select the folder you created, then wait for the copy to finish.

nlite_3.jpgNLite’s next screen will ask what you want to customize on your install disc. If you only want to update to SP3, only click the «Service Pack» button. But unless you love answering questions and never touch a setting in Windows XP, you’ll want to flip all the switches green and click «Next.»

nlite_2_2.jpgNow nLite will ask for slipstream files, or packages you want to integrate into the installer. You’ll always want to have the latest service pack available, since, for instance, Service Pack 3 incorporates the fixes made in SP1 and SP2, so it makes them unnecessary. If you grabbed the latest beta of nLite, you’ll see a Service Pack 3 already offered for integration, but it’s an older release candidate. Hit the «Choose» button, select the executable file you downloaded from Microsoft with the seriously long file name, and give nLite a few minutes to implement it. When you see the version number change, hit «Next» and move on.

wul_cropped.jpg«Hotfixes and Update Packs» is for all the tiny little Windows Updates between service packs. If you’re including SP3, you can pretty much skip this part. But in the future, and for those not jumping onto SP3, I recommend running WinUpdatesList. You’ll see a list of all the updates you’ve installed, and sorting by date and type should show you what you’ve installed since the last service pack. Right-click on an update, and you’ll get a link to a related Microsoft Knowledge Base article, where you should be able to download the fix directly and patch it into nLite. You can also roll executables for Windows updates—like Internet Explorer 7, which (still!) doesn’t install by default—into your disc.

Click «Next,» and you’ll see an identical screen for drivers. If you know where to find the .INF files that connect your hardware to Windows, you can roll them into your install disc, but be warned: a small printer INF increased the final size of my ISO by at least 200 MB—I’m still trying to figure out why, but if you encounter similar problems, simply throw the driver installation files into spare space on the disc (more on that soon).

Customize your install

nlite_4.jpgYou start really making your XP system your own on the next screen. The «Compatibility Window» that pops up can protect you from yourself; unless you’re sure you can do without an item, you’ll want to leave it checked. Behind it, the «Remove Components» section is where you can pull out all the stuff you don’t ever use or don’t have. Most of the savings are small in hard drive size, but keep your system from clogging with services and drivers it doesn’t need. Among the almost-guaranteed safe removals:»Briefcase» from Accessories; most of the non-red items in Hardware; Keyboards and Languages that you don’t ever plan to use; «Tablet PC» from Multimedia; and MSN Explorer and Windows Messenger from Network.

nlite_5.jpgUp next is the «Unattended» section, if you checked it, and this one requires attention to detail. If you want to set and forget your XP install, change «Unattended Mode» to «Fully automated,» but then move slowly through every tab, filling in every section you’d expect to get prompted for during install. You can fill out your Product Key in advance here, and you’ll also want to check «Skip OOBE» (Out Of Body Experience, or the introduction tour). Fill out all the name fields in «Users» and «Owner and Network ID,» and make sure to set the time in «Regional.» Once you’re content you’ve pre-empted your installer, click «Next.»

nlite_7.jpgYou can pretty much leave the «Options» pane alone, although I enable the «merge» option by way of hoping for a smaller package. The «Tweaks» options are up next, and while I can’t tell you how to customize your desktop, I’ll note that you can basically set up your desktop, Start Menu, Internet Explorer and lots of other Windows tweaks from these prompts. Check the bottom bar for descriptions, and fear not—all of these can be undone, and we’ve posted a good many here at Lifehacker.

nlite_6.jpgHit «Next,» and you’re almost done—click «Yes» to start the bundling process. Once that’s finished (about 7-10 minutes on a faster computer), you can click through to make or burn an ISO file. Before doing that, gather up any files you want to keep on the disc, like that finicky printer driver or your favorite app installers, and place them in their own folder in the directory where you copied your original XP CD to. Now hit «Make ISO,» choose where to save the image, and then burn it to CD or DVD using your favorite utility, like the free ISO Recorder.

You’ve now got a CD that’s completely up to date, and installs by itself (once you get past the initial blue-and-white loading screens, that is). You might have to run through nLite a few times if your images turn out bigger than you want, but you can always create a bootable DVD if needed.

What changes, updates, or advanced features have you slipstreamed into your Windows disc? What do you still wish you could have loaded onto your Ultimate No-Touch Install CD? Let’s hear ‘em both in the comments.

Kevin Purdy, associate editor at Lifehacker, won’t be pulling any more late-night emergency XP re-installations for himself or desperate friends. His weekly feature, Open Sourcery, appears every Friday on Lifehacker.

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TP Software libre

TP Software libre

a- Definir: software – programa – código fuente – licencia – usuario – software libre – software regalado – software con código fuente abierto – software de dominio público – copyright – copyleft

b- Diseñar un cuadro para clasificar el software de acuerdo a su costo, protección, legalidad, filosofía y apertura de su código fuente; se deberan indicar softwares de ejemplo.

c- Libertades básicas del software libre

d- Ventajas y desventajas del software libre

http://www.monografias.com/trabajos12/elsoflib/elsoflib.shtml

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_libre

http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.es.html

Sistemas Operativos

Sistema dual Windows – Ubuntu Linux

El tinglado » Sistema dual Windows – Ubuntu Linux

sistema dual Es cada vez más frecuente la instalación conjunta de Windows y Linux en ordenadores duales, es decir, con posibilidad de funcionar bajo uno u otro sistema operativo e independientemente uno de otro. Cualquier CD live instalador de Linux hace instalaciones de este tipo si elegimos la opción de instalación automática, pero el control del equipo queda entonces bajo Linux. Aquí vamos a tutelar la instalación dual Windows-Linux de forma manual lo cual nos dará mayor control tanto del proceso de instalación como del de desinstalación según queramos una u otra cosa.

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1ro Info – TTP Instalación Básica de Software

TP  Software libre

a- Definir: software – programa – código fuente – licencia – usuario – software libre – software regalado – software con código fuente abierto – software de dominio público – copyright – copyleft
b- Diseñar un cuadro para clasificar el software de acuerdo a su costo, protección, legalidad, filosofía y apertura de su código fuente; se deberan indicar softwares de ejemplo.
c- Libertades básicas del software libred- Ventajas y desventajas del software libre

http://www.monografias.com/trabajos12/elsoflib/elsoflib.shtml
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_libre
http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.es.html

alefalletti – 1ro Info – TTP Instalación Básica de Software

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Guía visual de «Software Libre» vs. «Software Privativo»

ProInf.net – Guía visual de «Software Libre» vs. «Software Privativo»

Guía visual de «Software Libre» vs. «Software Privativo»

Software Libre

Pastilla roja Pastilla roja

Software Privativo

Pastilla azul Pastilla azul

 

NEO: No me gusta la idea de no ser yo el que controle mi vida.

MORFEO: Sé exactamente a lo que te refieres. Te explicaré por qué estás aquí. Estás porque sabes algo. Aunque lo que sabes no lo puedes explicar. Pero lo percibes. Ha sido así durante toda tu vida. Algo no funciona en el mundo. No sabes lo que es, pero ahí está, como una astilla clavada en tu mente y te está enloqueciendo. Esa sensación te ha traído hasta mí. ¿Sabes de lo que estoy hablando?

NEO: ¿De Matrix?

MORFEO: ¿Te gustaría saber lo que es? Matrix nos rodea. Está por todas partes, incluso ahora, en esta misma habitación. Puedes verla si miras por la ventana, o al encender la televisión. Puedes sentirla, cuando vas a trabajar, cuando vas a la iglesia, cuando pagas tus impuestos. Es el mundo que ha sido puesto ante tus ojos para ocultarte la verdad.

NEO: ¿Qué verdad?

MORFEO: Que eres un esclavo, Neo. Igual que los demás, naciste en cautiverio, naciste en una prisión que no puedes ni oler ni saborear ni tocar. Una prisión para tu mente. Por desgracia no se puede explicar lo que es Matrix. Has de verla con tus propios ojos. Esta es tu última oportunidad. Después, ya no podrás echarte atrás. Si tomas la pastilla azul fin de la historia. Despertarás en tu cama y creerás lo que quieras creerte. Si tomas la roja, te quedas en el País de las Maravillas y yo te enseñaré hasta dónde llega la madriguera de conejos. Recuerda, lo único que te ofrezco es la verdad. Nada más.

The Matrix

Personaje

Richard Stallman
Bill Gates

Navegador web

Mozilla Firefox
Microsoft Internet Explorer

Cliente de correo electrónico

Mozilla Thunderbird
Microsoft Outlook Express

Sistema operativo

GNU/Linux «ñulinux»
Microsoft Windows «güindos»

Licencia

Creative Commons
Copyright

Compartición

eMule
DRM

Retoque fotográfico

Gimp
Adobe Photoshop

Dibujo vectorial

Inkscape
Adobe Illustrator

Programación

Mono
Microsoft .net

Desarrollo web

Ruby on Rails
ASP.net

Compresor ficheros

7-zip
WinZip

Gráficos 3D

Blender
3D-Studio

Charla

Gaim
Microsoft Messenger

Derechos y libertades

Partido Pirata
SGAE

Editor de textos

Notepad++
Bloc de notas

Procesador de textos

Logotipo de Open Office Writer Open Office Writer
Logotipo de Microsoft Word Microsoft Office Word

Hoja de cálculo

Logotipo de Open Office Calc Open Office Calc
Logotipo de Microsoft Excel Microsoft Office Excel

Base de datos

Logotipo de MySQL MySQL
Logotipo de Microsoft Access Microsoft Office Access

La Guerra de las Galaxias

Emblema de la Alianza Rebelde Alianza Rebelde
Emblema del Imperio Galáctico Imperio Galáctico

<!–h2>El Señor de los Anillos

Hobbit Hobbit
Troll Troll

</div–>

Recursos naturales

Icono de reciclar Reciclar
Residuos peligrosos Consumir

 

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Posters TI

Muy buen material para nuestras salas de informática

y hay varios más en

Royal Pingdom » IT posters to cover your empty walls

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Esos programas que nunca te dejan de a pie – lanacion.com

Esos programas que nunca te dejan de a pie

28 programas

He ordenado la lista alfabéticamente. Ahí vamos:

Alvaro´s Messenger (aMSN): un mensajero compatible con la red MSN pero gratis y de código fuente abierto. No es la opción ideal para el usuario casual del chat, pero para quien hace del Messenger una forma de vida, el aMSN ofrece muchas y poderosas opciones. Tiene versiones para Windows, Mac y Linux. Si la de Linux no anda, recomiendo el Pidgin .
www.amsn-project.net

AVG Free Antivirus: ya perdí la cuenta de cuándo empecé a usar este excelente antivirus, el más popular entre los que ofrecen una versión sin cargo. Premio a la trayectoria y a la constancia.
http://free.avg.com

Blender: un software cuyas virtudes y su inusual historia lo colocan entre los más queridos de mi colección. Mi Favorito Número 1, Blender es un software libre de código fuente abierto para diseño y animación 3D, creación de juegos y renderización de imágenes.
www.blender.org

CD Burner XP: las grabadoras de muy bajo precio no traen el software para quemar DVD o CD, por lo que no sirven de mucho. El CD Burner XP es una joyita que viene a salvar el día con su notable lista de características ( http://cdburnerxp.se/es/features ). ¡Graba incluso Blu-ray!
http://cdburnerxp.se

Celestia: aunque Stellarium y WorldWide Telescope son verdaderos observatorios y están llenos de datos precisos, Celestia sigue siendo mi Favorito Número 2. Las visiones magníficas que produce del sistema solar y la posibilidad de viajar por la galaxia, no ya de mirarla desde la Tierra, nos da una oportunidad única a los que siempre hemos soñado con los rumbos espaciales. Para los chicos es simplemente una obra maestra; ya me hubiera gustado tener algo así, y no aquel inspirador pero solitario poster, cuando era pequeño.
www.shatters.net/celestia/

Cinelerra: editor de video para Linux sin cargo y de código fuente abierto. Obligatorio, porque casi todo lo demás que existe está lejos de parecerse a los programas de Adobe o Pinnacle para este mismo fin. Está en camino una nueva aplicación, basada en el código de Cinelerra. Se llama Lumiera y su sitio, en construcción, es http://lumiera.org .
http://cinelerra.org/

Comodo Firewall: un buen firewall gratis que por ahora, en reemplazo del ZoneAlarm , viene dando muy buenos resultados.
www.personalfirewall.comodo.com

Eraser: ofrece borrado seguro de archivos, es de código fuente abierto y se ha portado con una estabilidad notable durante al menos un año. Definitivamente, reemplazó esa función del PGP ( www.pgp.com ).
www.heidi.ie/node/6

Firefox: sigue siendo mi navegador preferido. Me gustó el Chrome por una serie de motivos, que en algún momento detallaré, cuando haya pasado por una etapa de experimentación más extensa e intensa, pero el Firefox sigue siendo el todoterreno que no me falla nunca. Además, no puedo vivir sin sus plugins. Y ofrece versión para Linux, al revés que Chrome . Por algo se convierte en mi Favorito Número 3.
www.mozilla.com

FloatLED: trato de poner mis computadoras lo más lejos que pueda de donde yo estoy, por varias razones. La principal es simple: tienen ahora Wi-Fi, y no es una gran idea estar muchas horas pegado a una antena que emite ondas de radio. Así que las mantengo todo lo lejos que puedo, y en el piso. Ahora, también es menester saber si un disco está trabajando, es una de esas poquísimas cosas que amerita mirar el gabinete. Como ya no están a la vista, la solución es este programita que muestra en el Escritorio de Windows qué están haciendo los rígidos. Es perfecto. Y mi Favorito Número 4.
www.stone-oakvalley-studios.com/index_software.php

GIMP: un buen reemplazo para el costoso Photoshop en Linux y en Windows. Salvo algunas funciones industriales propias del software de Adobe, y el hecho que Photoshop es como ocho mil veces más fácil de usar, el GIMP puede tomar el lugar de editor predeterminado de imágenes en la PC. Una versión con interfaz más amigable puede conseguirse acá .
www.gimp.org

Gmail: no es un programa, OK, pero es el mail que uso, no hay vuelta que darle. Mi cuenta POP3 convencional sólo recibe spam y las ofertas de descuentos y promociones del banco. Posiblemente, es la única aplicación de Cloud Computing que ha venido a reemplazar a las tradicionales. Y además es correo encriptado. Mi Favorito Número 5.
www.gmail.com

GoogleEarth: lo otro que siempre me fascinó de chico son los globos terráqueos. Evidentemente, nunca maduré, porque puedo pasarme horas con este extraordinario programa.
http://earth.google.com

KeyTouch: los usuarios de Linux fuimos habituándonos durante años a que algunas tareas que en Windows eran tan simples como apuntar y dar doble clic nos costaban horas de configuración, compilación y personalización. Bueno, fue duro, pero aprendimos mucha informática. Hoy, Linux se vuelve cada vez más humano, y este programa sirve para que los teclados multimedia funcionen como se nos dé la gana. Indispensable.
http://keytouch.sourceforge.net

Midnight Commander: un popularísimo administrador de archivos para interfaz de caracteres en Linux. El MC es esa clase de programa que a uno lo salvan no una, ni diez, sino cientos de veces del desastre. Software libre y de código fuente abierto, el MC es lo primero que instalo en cualquier computadora a la que le ponga Linux, siempre. Mi Favorito Número 6.
www.ibiblio.org/mc/

OpenOffice.org: desde la última vez que el Office de Microsoft me exigió que pusiera los CD de instalación tan sólo porque había quitado de la PC un disco duro que ya no usaba, y desde que se negó a arrancar porque los CD estaban en casa, dejándome de a pie, decidí mudarme por completo a OpenOffice (OOo). Sé que el de Microsoft es más amigable, pero el OOo nunca me falló. Además, es muchísimo más sencillo transportar diccionarios de autocorrección, que en mi caso son vitales, porque mi torpeza para tipear es legendaria. El OOo es mi Favorito Número 7.
http://es.openoffice.org (versión en español)
www.openoffice.org (sitio original, en inglés)

Scribus: hay muy poco software gratis para Desktop Publishing en Windows, salvo por el excelente y completísimo Scribus. No es que haga diseño gráfico todo el día, pero el tema me interesa, me he pasado 30 años trabajando en medios gráficos y cada tanto intento aprender algo.
www.scribus.net

SimpLite: el chat es estupendo hasta que sale algún tema sensible. Para encriptar lo que dos personas conversan puede usarse este programa de Secway. Hay versiones para MSN Messenger , Yahoo! Instant Messenger , ICQ y Jabber .
www.secway.fr/us/products/simplite_msn/home.php

Stellarium: Gratis y de código fuente abierto, es por lejos el mejor observatorio astronómico para PC.
www.stellarium.org

SUPER: no es ni el más rápido ni el más amigable, pero a la hora de convertir videos entre formatos lo tiene todo. Sé que la secuencia de páginas para bajarlo no es de lo más amigable, pero la información contenida en ellas es fundamental para explotar el software.
www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html

SyncBack: backup sin cargo y sin complicaciones. Estable como pocos, ahí está, funcionando en segundo plano desde hace más de dos años y sin equivocarse ni una vez. Después de la desastrosa pérdida de datos que sufrí en 2006, es mi Favorito Número 8.
www.2brightsparks.com/downloads.html#freeware

Thunderbird: aunque el correo electrónico convencional ha dado un paso al costado frente a los servicios Web (Hotmail, Yahoo!Mail y Gmail), lo cierto es que seguimos necesitando un cliente para sincronizar nuestros datos entre un servidor remoto y el disco duro de nuestra PC. El programa de e-mail de Mozilla no tiene desperdicio y también sirve para esto.
www.mozilla.com

TrueCrypt: un clásico para encriptar discos y archivos, de código fuente abierto y extraordinariamente estable. Lo he probado con castigos de 100 gigabytes de datos sin perder ni un bit. Ha reemplazado al PGP en esa tarea.
www.truecrypt.org

TweakUI: un programa indispensable para modificar algunas de las características predeterminadas de XP, como los inoportunos globos con información y el molesto y obvio prefijo Acceso directo a que le agrega el sistema a cada (adivine) acceso directo.
www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/powertoys/xppowertoys.mspx

Ubuntu: la mejor distribución de Linux para público en general, punto. Mi Favorito Número 9, y estaría en el primer puesto si esta lista no estuviera ordenada alfabéticamente.
www.ubuntu.com

Weather Pulse: aunque sus inestabilidades parecen emular las del clima en nuestro contaminado planeta, sigue siendo el que mejor hace su trabajo. Weather Pulse se queda en la bandeja de sistema con datos del tiempo y en su ventana principal ofrece toda la información de Weather Channel ( www.weather.com ), incluida la foto satelital. Si va a caer granizo, puede darle una última oportunidad de dejar el auto a buen resguardo en la cochera.
www.tropicdesigns.net/weather_pulse.html

WorldWide Telescope: una combinación de observatorio astronómico, Web 2.0 y enciclopedia, el WWT de Microsoft no sólo es una pieza de software educativo extraordinaria, sino un espectáculo fantásticamente bello.
www.worldwidetelescope.org

XnView: es el programa que uso para organizar y hacer edición rápida de imágenes, ha pasado por mil batallas y sigue en mi Escritorio. No es el más estable de todos -la versión actual, no obstante, parece ser muy robusta-, pero abrirá cualquier formato gráfico que le arrojemos. Es realmente notable, y su versatilidad y utilidad lo colocan en el puesto de mi Favorito Número 10.
www.xnview.com

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Live Booteble CDs

[1] Absolute Linux
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Absolute is a desktop-oriented Slackware — lightweight but stable. Secure, in that only root user can install software and configure the system. Basically an IT or system-builder’s friend in that it can run nicely on old hardware. Very easy for users to get things done because of the software selection and utilities and documentation — yet difficult for them to mess things up.
[2] Create a multiboot CD (or USB flash drive)
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Instructions.
[3] Edupup
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EduPup 2.00 was designed to let the children and their parents have fun learning at the same time. It includes five high-quality free programs.
[4] Empty Crust
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Empty Crust is a barebones version of Puppy 1.0.7. Basically, Mozilla, the sound libs, pdf junk, and many other things were torn out. Basic utilities, gftp, pupget, and an enhanced Dillo were left. It is roughly 45 megabytes. The name is because it’s like being supplied with an empty crust and being allowed to build your own custom pizza upon it (the reason for the pizza reference is due to its creator’s «slight» insanity.)
[5] HOW TO make a USB Disc with Ubuntu LiveCD and Super Grub Dis
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Instructions
[6] NimbleX 2008 RC
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NimbleX is a small but versatile operating system which is able to boot in various fashion, like from a small 8 cm CD but also from flash memory (USB pens, Mp3 players, …), from hard drives and even from the network. Because it runs entirely from a CD, USB or network it doesn’t require installation or even a hard drive. NimbleX is based on Slackware with the use of linux-live scripts and is has a lot of this distribution advantages. One of them is the availability of thousands of free software that can be found in the form of packages. The beauty of it is that even if is small it has a beautiful graphical interface and also a lot of built in software for browsing the internet, writing documents, listening to music, playing movies and many more. You even have basic server functionality.
[7] Slack Mini Server
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A Linux operating system console based and manageable through Webmin web-based interface… Although described as a mini server, have all the features of a powerful server such as apache2, sendmail, spamassassin, clamav, squid, iptables MailScanner, mysql, cups and lot of other packages.SMS also features TorrentFlux, a powerful php based bit torrent client that can be managed from anywhere, making this server not only server administrators interest, but simple users too that want to download torrents safe and secure.
[8] Luke Macken Security LiveCD
Posted by admin @ 18/Aug/2007  
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174 hits 
To provide a fully functional livecd based on Fedora for use in security auditing, forensics research, and penetration testing.
[9] RUNT Linux: The ResNet USB Network Tester
Posted by Guest @ 18/Aug/2007 
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88 hits 
See title
[10] Super Grub Disk Gparted System Rescue 001
Posted by admin @ 18/Aug/2007  
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151 hits 
Super Grub Disk is a bootable floppy or CDROM that is oriented towards system rescue, specifically for repairing the booting process.
[11] R)ecovery (I)s (P)ossible Linux rescue system
Posted by Guest @ 01/Aug/2007 
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119 hits 
See title
[12] AprendeClick
Posted by cm @ 07/Jul/2007  
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163 hits 
LiveCD based on Debian, collection of free educational soft
[13] TinyMe
Posted by admin @ 08/Jul/2007  
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TinyMe is a scaled down version of PCLinuxOS 2007. The latest version is delivered as a 177 MB liveCD and features the Lightweight X11 Desktop Enviroment, Synaptic, and the PCLinuxOS Control Center. It comes with a few applications, so it could be a really light version of PCLOS for older computers or a foundation on which to build your own system as you choose.
[14] TuxDistro
Posted by admin @ 08/Jul/2007  
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TuxDistro.com is a free Linux Torrent Tracker that also hosts a wide variety of Linux Virtual Machines.
[15] CKate 0.3 Ultimate
Posted by admin @ 06/Jun/2007  
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217 hits 
ROCKate is a LiveCD, a complete operating system that operates without installing it on a harddisk. It focuses on giving people a chance to protect their privacy on the Internet. It achieves this goal by using the Tor network for anonymity and delivers all applications pre-configured to use it.
[16] Ubuntu Studio 7.04
Posted by admin @ 06/Jun/2007  
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214 hits 
Ubuntu Studio is aimed at the GNU/Linux audio, video and graphic enthusiast as well as professional.
[17] DEFT (acronym of «Digital Evidence & Forensic Toolkit)
Posted by admin @ 24/May/2007  
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237 hits 
It is a very easy to use system that includes an excellent hardware detection and the best open source applications dedicated to incident response and computer forensics.
[18] Muppy 007-212
Posted by admin @ 08/May/2007 
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Muppy does not intend to run KDE as a standalone desktop, instead it allows you to run the most often requested applications directly in Icewm/Rox, Muppys default-dektop.
[19] Tao Live 5.00
Posted by admin @ 08/May/2007  
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I am proud to announce the release of Tao Live 5.00. This live CD is based on the Beta release of CentOS 5 and includes multimedia enhancements from rpmforge.net repository. Tao Live uses a Squash filesystem to fit 2 GB of programs into a standard bootable CD. OpenOffice.org, Firefox, Gaim, XMMS, MPlayer, K3B and many other programs are included.
[20] EDU-Nix 3 Beta
Posted by admin @ 27/Apr/2007 
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EDU-Nix is a Live CD, this means that it is a complete computer Operating System that runs off of a Compact Disc instead of being installed onto the computer’s hard drive. EDU-Nix is based upon Slax Linux Live CD and the K Desktop Environment.
[21] Plop Linux
Posted by admin @ 27/Apr/2007  
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193 hits 
PLoP Linux is a small distribution that can boot from CD, DVD, USB flash drive (UFD) or USB harddisk. It’s designed to rescue data from a damaged system, backup and restore operating systems and more. A antivirus is in the package too.
[22] Ubuntu Studio
Posted by admin @ 27/Apr/2007  
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Ubuntu Studio aims to be a multimedia editing/creation flavor of Ubuntu for the Linux audio, video, and graphic enthusiast or professional who is already familiar with the Ubuntu-Gnome environment.
[23] uL
Posted by admin @ 27/Apr/2007 
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uL (pron. microlinux) is a small, command line only live Linux distribution. It fits in a few mega bytes and can be used out of a low capacity USB pen drive, burnt as a LiveCD, or installed on older hard disks.
[24] Web Converger
Posted by admin @ 27/Apr/2007  
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132 hits 
Like LiveKiosk’s EZWebPC but better and as free software. The audience for initial releases of Webconverger will most likely be Internet Cafes.
[25] One laptop per child Live CD
Posted by admin @ 09/Apr/2007  
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424 hits 
See title
[26] Kcpentrix
Posted by admin @ 08/Apr/2007  
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182 hits 
Kcpentrix is a Knowledgecave.com Project.The Kcpentrix Project was founded in May 2005 , KCPentrix 1.0 was liveCD designed to be a standalone Penetration testing toolkit for pentesters, security analysts and System administrators. Now release 2.0 is a liveDVD, It features a lot of new or up to date tools for auditing and testing a network, from scanning and discovering to exploiting vulnerabilities
[27] Knoppix-NSM Project Page
Posted by admin @ 08/Apr/2007 
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Knoppix-NSM is based on KNOPPIX Technology, which means that you can test all the tools in a live session running on the CD without the need for a HardDisk Drive (HDD) installation. Knoppix-NSM has the added bonus of being able to install to a HDD so you can deploy a NSM framework into your production network and use it for realtime monitoring.
[28] T2 SDE
Posted by admin @ 08/Apr/2007 
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T2 SDE is not just a common Linux distribution – it is a flexible Open Source System Development Environment or Distribution Build Kit (some might even name it Meta Distribution …). T2 allows the creation of custom distributions with bleeding edge technology, up-to-date packages and integrated support for cross compilation. Currently the Linux kernel is normally used – but we are expanding to Minix, Hurd, OpenDarwin and OpenBSD – more to come.
[29] Pingwinek GNU/Linux, GNU/Haiku
Posted by admin @ 28/Mar/2007 
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Pingwinek GNU/Haiku 0.1.0 is probably the first Haiku distribution. Beside the base Haiku system, it contains 40 packages ported from Pingwinek GNU/Linux distribution. It contains compiler (GCC 2.95.3), several simple games, SDL, Midnight Commander, ncurses. I’ve prepared several screenshots of the distribution working on a real hardware. The distribution can be downloaded in a three ways: QEMU image, VMWare image and LiveCD. The LiveCD boots slowly but the games work much better then running under QEMU or VMWare. The LiveCD contains a read only filesystem which could cause some problems.
[30] The Slim CD
Posted by admin @ 03/Apr/2007  
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SlimCD is a complete operating system which will boot from CD. It features all you need to run SlimServer including some of the community’s favourite plugins. Your SlimServer will be up and running within a few minutes without the need to install anything!
[31] AVM ETS Beta
Posted by admin @ 14/Mar/2007 
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ETS stands for Ethernet Test Suite, it is a collection of shell scripts built into a live Linux distribution (Slax), providing means for testing Ethernet link performance to dummy users.
[32] Clonezilla Live 20070308
Posted by admin @ 14/Mar/2007  
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The DRBL-based PXEBoot Clonezilla is used to clone many computers simultaneously. It is an extremely useful tool, however, it does have several limitations. In order to use it, you must first prepare a DRBL server AND the machine to be cloned must boot from a network (e.g. PXE/Etherboot). To address these limitations, the Free Software Lab at the NCHC has combined Debian Live with Clonezilla to produce
[33] Linux Console
Posted by admin @ 26/Jan/2007  
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LinuxConsole is a live distro : you don’t need to install drivers for your hardware, these are included with LinuxConsole, and all hardware should be auto configured at first boot.
[34] Nimblex
Posted by admin @ 26/Jan/2007  
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179 hits 
NimbleX is a sub 200MB small but versatile operating system which is able to boot from a small 8 cm CD, USB and even the LAN. It uses KDE as the primary graphical interface but other lighter choices like IceWM and Fluxbox are available.
[35] Parted Magic
Posted by admin @ 26/Jan/2007  
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262 hits 
Parted Magic is a ~30mb LiveCD/USB with it’s only purpose being partitioning hard drives. Although GParted and Parted are the main programs, the CD/USB also offers programs like partimage, testdisk, fdisk, sfdisk, dd, ddrescue, etc…
[36] Pure:dyne
Posted by admin @ 26/Jan/2007 
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This particular live cd brings you the latest exotic FLOSS (Free/Libre/Open-Source Software – read more) such as Supercollider, Icecast, Csound, Packet Forth, Fluxus and much much more, including of course Pure Data and a great collection of essential externals and abstractions (PDP, PiDiP, Gem, GridFlow, RRadical, PixelTango …).
[37] ScLive
Posted by admin @ 26/Jan/2007 
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SCLive is a modular Linux-Live Distribution dedicated to the OSCI SystemC simulator and it’s associated libraries. The distribution provides a fully working environement including a simulator kernel, wavefom viewer, IDE, tutorials and more.
[38] Trinity Rescue Kit
Posted by admin @ 26/Jan/2007  
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Trinity Rescue Kit or TRK is a free live Linux distribution that aims specifically at recovery and repair operations on Windows machines, but is equally usable for Linux recovery issues.
[39] Knoppix 5 Live CD
Posted by admin @ 01/Jan/2007  
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371 hits 
See title
[40] TeXLive w LinuxLive
Posted by Admin @ 23/Dec/2006 
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128 hits 
TeaM-TL for beginners is easiest way to discovery wonderfull TeXworld, without adding fonts, packets, terrible configure of TeX and editords etc.
[41] PING Partimage is not ghost
Posted by Admin @ 19/Dec/2006  
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PING is a live Linux ISO, based on the excellent RIP (Recovery Is Possible) distribution. It can be burnt on a CD and booted, or integrated in a PXE / RIS environment.
[42] Slax AoE LiveCD
Posted by Admin @ 19/Dec/2006  
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This is a bootable CD with ATA over Ethernet (AoE) target and initiator programs. It can be used as an AoE server or client. It is based on Slax Frodo Edition with some modifications needed to simplify use of AoE. ATA over Ethernet (AoE) is a network protocol designed for accessing ATA storage devices over Ethernet networks.
[43] Nagios Live CD
Posted by Admin @ 11/Dec/2006  
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239 hits 
NagiosOnCD is a linux live CDROM for using Nagios with minimal effort.
[44] Physics Live CD
Posted by Admin @ 11/Dec/2006  
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301 hits 
Physics simulations on a live cd
[45] Rails Live CD
Posted by Admin @ 11/Dec/2006  
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134 hits 
This live cd includes rails, radrails, jEdit, emacs, mysql 5 and mysql admin, sqlite, firefox and more.
[46] Slax
Posted by Admin @ 03/Dec/2006  
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249 hits 
SLAX is fast and beautiful Linux operating system which fits on small (3.14″) CD-ROM disc. It runs directly from the CD (or USB) without installing. The Live CD described here is based on the Slackware Linux distribution and uses Unification File System (also known as unionfs), allowing read-only filesystem to behave as a writable one, saving all changes to memory.
[47] Live View
Posted by Admin @ 03/Dec/2006  
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Live View is a Java-based graphical forensics tool that creates a VMware virtual machine out of a raw (dd-style) disk image or physical disk. This allows the forensic examiner to «boot up» the image or disk and gain an interactive, user-level perspective of the environment, all without modifying the underlying image or disk. Because all changes made to the disk are written to a separate file, the examiner can instantly revert all of his or her changes back to the original pristine state of the disk. The end result is that one need not create extra «throw away» copies of the disk or image to create the virtual machine.
[48] ASork
Posted by Admin @ 14/Oct/2006  
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ASork is a live cd useful for recording music
[49] SabayonLinux x86/x86-64 miniEdition 3.0
Posted by Admin @ 28/Sep/2006  
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228 hits 
The World’s first and fastest Gentoo Linux powered distribution now has made a new record, AIGLX and XGL support on a single, powerful and cutting edge LiveCD, thanks to Mr. Beryl, Dr. Emerald (and the Beryl Project team – THIS IS A PRE-RELEASE ANYWAY) and the full power of hardware accelerated GLX_EXT_texture_from_pixmap. We were the first to support XGL on a Live system, and now, we are yet again the first to support the future of the Desktop Linux platform. We are proud to provide you the best Linux experience.
[50] CDMEDICPACS
Posted by Admin @ 24/Sep/2006 
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CDMEDICPACS is a Knoppix based LiveCD from Seville, Spain, with focus on Medical applications
[51] Freeduc-primary, a live-cd for primary school
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006  
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168 hits 
Live cd for primary schools
[52] LiveDistro
Posted by Admin @ 24/Aug/2006  
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702 hits 
Large listing of live boot cds
[53] Open Infrastructure for Outcomes
Posted by Admin @ 24/Sep/2006 
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59 hits 
Open Infrastructure for Outcomes (OIO) system enables clinicians, researchers, and other non-programmers to create and maintain flexible and portable patient/research records. It aims to achieve the » Holy Grail » of data portablity as elegantly described by John G. Faughnan.
[54] Einar
Posted by Admin @ 12/Sep/2006 
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Einar is a live cd router simulator that is ment to aid students in learning routing protocols. It can also be connected to physical routers that talk RIP, OSPF, BGP or IS-IS
[55] Syllable LiveCD 0.6.1
Posted by Admin @ 12/Sep/2006  
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162 hits 
The goal of Syllable is to create a reliable and easy-to-use open source operating system for the home and small office user. We also want to encourage developers to create an operating system that is intuitive, easy to use, and powerful.
[56] ZenWalk Live
Posted by Admin @ 23/Sep/2006  
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173 hits 
SlackWare derivitive that is clean and easy to use
[57] Boothbox
Posted by Admin @ 28/Aug/2006  
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162 hits 
Booth originally started as a collection of scripts to facilitate the creation of Firefox kiosks. At the current time I have decided to focus my efforts on the livecd that incorporates these scripts
[58] KioskCD
Posted by Admin @ 28/Aug/2006  
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364 hits 
Provide trouble-free Web access — with a CD-ROM! No hard-drive needed
[59] Phantomix Live CD
Posted by Admin @ 24/Aug/2006  
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235 hits 
Phantomix is a Knoppix based Operating System running on a CD drive without using the hard drive. It is configured to use the Tor and Privoxy software for anonymous internet communication. Using Tor can help you anonymize web browsing and publishing, instant messaging, IRC, SSH, and other applications for your safety and security.
[60] YaCy
Posted by Admin @ 25/Aug/2006 
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YaCy is a distributed Web Search Engine, based on a peer-to-peer network.
[61] RocXshop
Posted by Admin @ 24/Aug/2006  
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180 hits 
RocXshop aims to be your portable, powerful Digital Audio Workstation. Based on the excellent Linux distribution PCLinuxOS, RocXshop is on the cutting edge of today’s LiveCD technology.
[62] Sam Linux Desktop
Posted by Admin @ 24/Aug/2006  
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139 hits 
SAM Linux Desktop is a self-booting live CD containing a full linux desktop OS. You don´t have to install it on your harddisk, it runs completely from your cd drive and your RAM.
[63] VideoLinux
Posted by Admin @ 24/Aug/2006  
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237 hits 
VideoLinux brings a wealth of Open Source Video Tools to the desktop, the highlights i have listed in more detail below but also includes Audio & Video Players (xmms,kaffeine, xine), text editors, Web Browsers (Firefox) FTP client, Network tools, Development Eniviroments, plus many others too many to mention with access to thousands more applications stored in online repositries which can be installed / de installed through Synaptic a fantastic and easy to use GUI upgrade tool.
[64] Kororaa Xgl Live CD
Posted by Admin @ 12/Aug/2006 
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98 hits 
Essentially, Kororaa is a binary version of Gentoo Linux.
[65] Inside Security Rescue Toolkit
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006 
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109 hits 
INSERT is a complete, bootable linux system. It comes with a graphical user interface running the fluxbox window manager while still being sufficiently small to fit on a credit card-sized CD-ROM.
[66] Wikipedia’s Live CD List
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006  
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307 hits 
Information and links regarding LIVE CD’s on Wikipedia
[67] ADIOS
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006 
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74 hits 
The objective of the ADIOS project is to quickly and easily download a consistent operating system environment onto laboratory PCs. The ADIOS environment provides students with administrative privileges required to perform advanced exercises in Network and Systems Administration.
[68] BackTrack
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006 
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Backtrack security collection is a Live-System based on Slax. With no installation whatsoever, the analysis platform is started directly from the CD-Rom or RAM and is fully accessible within minutes. Independent of the hardware in use, the Backtrack security collection offers a standardised working environment, so that the build-up of know-how and remote support is made easier.
[69] Build your own PE XP CD (Pre Environment)
Posted by Admin @ 10/Jun/2006  
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348 hits 
Bart’s PE Builder helps you build a «BartPE» (Bart Preinstalled Environment) bootable Windows CD-Rom or DVD from the original Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 installation/setup CD, very suitable for PC maintenance tasks.
[70] EBCD
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006  
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286 hits 
EBCD is a bootable CD, intended for system recovery in the case of software or hardware faults. It is able to create backup copies of normally working system and restore system to saved state. It contains the best system software ever created, properly compiled and configured for the maximum efficient use.
[71] EDU-NIX
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006 
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EDU-Nix aims to provide U.S. Public Schools with Open-Source alternatives to expensive proprietary software products. The project will consist initially of a redistributable CD that has both a live CD environment, as well as Windows versions of the office and productivity programs.
[72] Featherlinux
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006  
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145 hits 
Feather Linux is a Linux distribution which runs completely off a CD or a USB pendrive and takes up under 128Mb of space. It is a Knoppix remaster (based on Debian), and tries to include software which most people would use every day on their desktop.
[73] FREEBSD LiveCD
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006  
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203 hits 
See title
[74] GoblinX
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006 
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121 hits 
GoblinX is a Live-CD that is based on the excellent Slackware distribution. It is directed towards those users who appreciate quality applications and a workspace that is both practical and beautiful. GoblinX contains some of the most often used and praised applications for Linux. GoblinX is a completely operational Linux system contained on one CD-ROM and it runs from any CD-ROM drive, without requering the installation.
[75] Kanotix
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006  
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203 hits 
Kanotix will run as a LIVE-CD on practically any computer — automatically detecting and configuring virtually any piece of hardware. It is ideal for analysis, data rescue, forensic work, removal of viruses on Win-PCs – or simply for safe surfing and mailing in an internet cafe. It installs to your hard drive in just a few minutes and is ideal for use on your desktop workstation or notebook, or as a server
[76] KToon LIVECD
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006 
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130 hits 
2d animation toolit
[77] SimplyMEPIS Linux
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006 
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67 hits 
SimplyMEPIS allows you to test and try the software before you install to your harddrive
[78] SLAMPP
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006 
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92 hits 
SLAMPP is a generic Linux distribution that can boot directly from a CD-ROM, or optionally can be installed on a local hard drive. It is designed to be used as an «instant home server». Similar to other Linux LiveCD distributions, SLAMPP gives a user new to Linux the chance to experiment with a non-Windows operating system, without the risk of changing or re-configuring the user’s existing system.
[79] SUSE Linux 10.1 Live version
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006  
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159 hits 
SUSE makes the live version of SUSE Linux available for download as an ISO image. This version runs entirely from the bootable DVD and is not installed on the hard disk.
[80] WarLinux
Posted by Admin @ 11/Aug/2006  
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274 hits 
A linux distribution for Wardrivers. It is available on disk and bootable CD. It’s main intended use is for systems administrators that want to audit and evaluate thier wireless network installations. Should be handy for wardriving also.
[81] Beatrix
Posted by Admin @ 10/Aug/2006  
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BeatrIX 2005.1 Linux is a free, compact (Less than 200 megabytes), operating system aimed at both office and home users who want something simpler, safer and superior to Microsoft Windows, and that will run on just about any IBM-compatible PC made in the past 10 years. It runs as a live CD or it can be installed to hard drive. As a live CD, it does not touch your hard drive or touch any other operating system you have. SImply insert the CD, re-boot, and about two minutes later, you’re surfing the Internet, writing letters, sending e-mail and instant-chatting. All this from a CD the size of a beer coaster.
[82] 10 things to do with a live Linux CD
Posted by Admin @ 10/Aug/2006  
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463 hits 
See title
[83] CD Shell
Posted by Admin @ 07/Aug/2006 
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125 hits 
CD Shell is a scriptable menu system that provides the ability to create interactive multi-boot optical discs. It will make PC-bootable compact discs or DVD’s that can select from several program loaders or kernels located on the disc, or boot from other local disk drives that are attached to the system.
[84] GParted
Posted by Admin @ 08/Aug/2006 
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118 hits 
The power and simplicity of GParted on a biz-card size LiveCD.
[85] grml – Linux Live-CD for sysadmins / texttool-users / geeks
Posted by Admin @ 10/Aug/2006 
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65 hits 
grml is a bootable CD (Live-CD) originally based on Knoppix and nowadays based on Debian. grml includes a collection of GNU/Linux software especially for users of texttools and system administrators. grml provides automatic hardware detection.
[86] Plan-B
Posted by Admin @ 08/Aug/2006 
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Plan-B is a bootable Linux environment without the need for a hard drive, it runs entirely in ram or from the cd, based on a basic, stripped installation of Red Hat Linux and the fundamental workings of the SuperRescue CD.
[87] SystemRescueCd homepage
Posted by Admin @ 07/Aug/2006  
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173 hits 
SystemRescueCd is a linux system on a bootable cdrom for repairing your system and your data after a crash. It also aims to provide an easy way to carry out admin tasks on your computer, such as creating and editing the partitions of the hard disk. It contains a lot of system utilities (parted, partimage, fstools, …) and basic ones (editors, midnight commander, network tools). It aims to be very easy to use: just boot from the cdrom, and you can do everything. The kernel of the system supports most important file systems (ext2/ext3, reiserfs, reiser4, xfs, jfs, vfat, ntfs, iso9660), and network ones (samba and nfs).
[88] Ophcrack
Posted by Admin @ 03/Jul/2006  
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Ophcrack LiveCD is a bootable Linux CD-ROM containing ophcrack 2.2 and a set of tables (SSTIC04-10k). It allows for testing the strength of passwords on a Windows machine without having to install anything on it. Just put it into the CD-ROM drive, reboot and it will try to find a Windows partition, extract its SAM and start auditing the passwords.
[89] Ultimate Bootdisk
Posted by Admin @ 04/Aug/2006  
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379 hits 
Ultimate Bootdisk for fixing Windows Issues.
[90] Edubuntu
Posted by Admin @ 29/Jun/2006 
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he Edubuntu Linux distribution brings the spirit of Ubuntu to schools, through its customised school environment. The current version of Edubuntu is aimed at classroom use, and future versions of Edubuntu will expand to other educational usage, such as university use.
[91] Hiren’s BootCD 7.0
Posted by Admin @ 29/Jun/2006  
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404 hits 
All in one Dos Bootable CD with LOTS of apps
[92] Multi Distro
Posted by Admin @ 02/Jun/2006  
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249 hits 
Multi Distro is a compilation of several live, bootable, distributions.It’s based on R.I.P. It uses GRUB, as bootloader. It goes in one, 700MB CD
[93] Secure DVD
Posted by Admin @ 10/May/2006  
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251 hits 
SecureDVD is a live DVD collection*) featuring the 10 Best Security Live CD Distros (Pen-Test, Forensics & Recovery) as per Darknet (see article here) on one single DVD.
[94] Parallel Knoppix
Posted by Admin @ 09/Apr/2006  
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147 hits 
You can convert a room full of machines running Windows into a Linux cluster, and when you shut down, your Windows machines are in their original state. The computers in the cluster can be homogeneous or heterogeneous. Getting the cluster up and running takes about 5 minutes
[95] nUbuntu
Posted by Admin @ 31/Mar/2006 
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121 hits 
For the network aware
[96] Anonym.OS LiveCD
Posted by Admin @ 16/Jan/2006  
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186 hits 
Anonym.OS is an OpenBSD 3.8 Live CD with strong tools for anonymizing and encrypting connections. Standard network applications are provided and configured to take advantage of the tor onion routing network.
[97] Slackware Live CD Bootable
Posted by Admin @ N/A 
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SLAX is a small bootable CD containing the Linux operating system. It runs Linux directly from the CD (or USB) without installing. The Live CD described here is based on the Slackware Linux distribution and is downloadable from this website as an ISO image. All scripts and source code are available and can be used to build your own Live CD.
[98] Freesbie
Posted by Admin @ N/A 
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FreeSBIE is a LiveCD based on the FreeBSD Operating system, or even easier, a FreeBSD-based operating system that works directly from a CD, without touching your hard drive.
[99] Knoppix Std
Posted by Admin @ N/A 
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Knoppix-STD is a customized distribution of the Knoppix Live Linux CD. Boot to the CD and you have Knoppix-STD. That would include a customized linux kernel (2.4.21 with ntfs rw, openmosix, and superfreeswan patches), Fluxbox windows manager, incredible hardware detection and hundreds of applications. Boot without the CD and you return to your original operating system. Aside from borrowing power, peripherals and some RAM, Knoppix-STD doesn’t touch the host computer.
[100] MSFN’s Unattended XP CD
Posted by Admin @ N/A  
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336 hits 
Have you ever wanted a Windows CD that would install Windows by automatically putting in your name, product key, timezone and regional settings? And have it merged with the latest Service Pack to save time? Followed by silently installing all your favourite applications along with DirectX 9.0c, .Net Framework 1.1 and then all the required hotfixes, updated drivers, registry tweaks, and a readily patched UXTheme.dll without any user interaction whatsoever? Then this guide will show you how you can do just that!
[101] Dynebolic
Posted by Admin @ N/A 
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dyne:bolic is shaped on the needs of media activists, artists and creatives as a practical tool for multimedia production: you can manipulate and broadcast both sound and video with tools to record, edit, encode and stream, having automatically recognized most device and peripherals: audio, video, TV, network cards, firewire, usb and more; all using only free software!
[102] Helix Incident Response Computer Forensics Live CD
Posted by Admin @ N/A 
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Helix is a customized distribution of the Knoppix Live Linux CD. Helix has more than just a bootable live CD. You can still boot into a customized Linux environment that includes customized linux kernels (2.4.27 & 2.6.7), excellent hardware detection and many applications dedicated to Incident Response and Forensics. Helix has been modified very carefully to NOT touch the host computer in any way and it is forensically sound. Helix wil not auto mount swap space, it will also not auto mount any found devices. Helix also has a special Windows autorun side for Incident Response and Forensics.
[103] nUbuntu
Posted by Admin @ 18/Jan/2006 
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nUbuntu is a collection of network and server security testing tools, piled on top of the existing Ubuntu system. While aimed to be mainly a security testing platform, nUbuntu also operates as a desktop enviroment for the advanced linux user.
[104] FrozenTechs LiveCD List
Posted by Admin @ 16/Jan/2006  
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377 hits 
A great list of livecds
[105] Ubuntu
Posted by Admin @ N/A  
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240 hits 
Live ubuntu linux CD
[106] Fire
Posted by Admin @ N/A  
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133 hits 
FIRE is a portable bootable cdrom based distribution with the goal of providing an immediate environment to perform forensic analysis, incident response, Useful Tools/SW, virus scanning and vulnerability assessment.
[107] Knoppix
Posted by Admin @ N/A 
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KNOPPIX is a bootable CD with a collection of GNU/Linux software, automatic hardware detection, and support for many graphics cards, sound cards, SCSI and USB devices and other peripherals. KNOPPIX can be used as a Linux demo, educational CD, rescue system, or adapted and used as a platform for commercial software product demos. It is not necessary to install anything on a hard disk. Due to on-the-fly decompression, the CD can have up to 2 GB of executable software installed on it.
[108] Puppy Linux
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Puppy will save changes to the live CDRW. Puppy will boot off a minimum PC with 586 CPU and 32M RAM. Puppy will easily install to USB, Zip or hard drive media. Booting from CD, Puppy will load totally into RAM so that the CD drive is then free for other purposes. Booting from USB, Puppy will greatly minimise writes, to extend the life of Flash devices indefinitely. Puppy will be extremely friendly for Linux newbies. Puppy will boot up and run extraordinarily fast. Puppy will have all the applications needed for daily use. Puppy will just work, no hassles.
[109] Ultimate Boot CD
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(:^tuxs.org) 10 cosas para hacer con un live linux cd

10 things to do with a live Linux CD

 10 things to do with a live Linux CD

 

Live Linux CDs are a simple concept with many possible uses. Here are 10 things you can do with a live Linux CD.

 

1. Try Linux without installing it

 

Knoppix is the «mother» of all live Linux CD’s. It comes with 2 GBs of software making it the perfect distribution to try Linux with.

2. Use as a portable desktop

Slax fits on a small 8cm CD making it literally pocket sized and contains enough software to be useful for everyday use.

3. Maintain hard drive/recover data

SystemRescue CD includes a host of tools for maintaining a hard drive including a partition manager and resizing software and drive imaging software. SystemRescue CD can read a variety of file systems including Windows NTFS.

4. Install Linux

MEPIS Linux can be run from the CD to try it out and then installed from the running distribution in a very friendly environment.

5. Try Linux software

PCLinuxOS is similar to MEPIS in that it can be run and installed from the CD. It also includes some of the best Linux software available for you to try out.

6. Reset forgotten Windows passwords

Austrumi is a good little live CD distribution that includes a tool at boot that allows you to reset forgotten Windows passwords (including Administrator).

7. Build your own distribution

Damn Small Linux is a fantastic 50 MB distribution as is or that you can personalize with your own choice of software using the very easy to use myDSL system. 

8. Watch/listen to multimedia

Movix is a live distribution designed just for playing audio and video files from the internet, CD and DVD.

9. Play games

Morphix is a modular distribution that has a version just for playing games.

10. Scan safely for virus’s

INSERT is the INside SEcurity Rescue Toolkit and includes an anti-virus package making it a great way to clean an infected computer.

This is a small selection of all the live Linux CDs, Frozentech has a comprehensive list.

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TP Solución a los problemas comunes de la PC – IBS 1ro Info

1- Registro de windows

* Para qué sirve una copia de seguridad del Registro de Windows?
* Cómo editar el registro de Windows y qué cuidados hay que tener?
* En qué situaciones es necesario restaurar el Registro de Windows?

http://www.larshederer.homepage.t-online.de/erunt/

2- Programas maliciosos: Escribir un artículo que contemple cada una de estas preguntas

* ¿Cómo saber si la PC tiene un virus?
* ¿Por qué mi unidad de disco duro tiene muy lenta a mi PC?
* Cómo evitar que los virus inutilicen su protección?

3- Comprobar y actualizar los sus controladores de su PC. Escribir un informe de su PC

http://www.driveragent.com/

Comparar con

Download Device Doctor

4- Detallar y explicar cada una de las cargas automáticas de su PC:
Los programas de carga automática, que comienzan con cada sesión de Windows, causan muchos problemas en la PC. Después de iniciar Windows, eche un vistazo a los iconos minúsculos que tiene en la bandeja del sistema, que encontrará a la derecha de su barra de tareas (junto al reloj). Esos iconos representan sus aplicaciones de carga automática, que consumen recursos y realmente pueden atorar el engranaje de la PC. Lo peor es que algunas aplicaciones problemáticas ni siquiera anuncian su presencia.
Para ver todas las aplicaciones de carga automática y desactivarlas, seleccione Inicio•Ejecutar, escriba msconfig, oprima <Intro> y pulse la ficha Inicio
Anote cuáles programas en su lista de inicio están seleccionados y cuáles no (querrá regresar a esta configuración después que dé con el programa problemático).
Entonces desactívelos todos, reinicie y vea si el problema persiste. Esta opción inutiliza su software de seguridad, así que si su PC tiene una conexión con la Internet, no deje todos los programas desactivados por mucho tiempo y tenga mucho cuidado con los sitios que visita.
Si el problema desaparece, la causa está en uno de los programas de carga automática.
Utilice el método de ensayo y error para encontrar el culpable: Active todas las aplicaciones menos la primera, reinicie el sistema y si el problema persiste, vuélvala a seleccionar, desactive segunda aplicación, reinicie nuevamente y así sucesivamente. Si el culpable es su cortafuego, programa antivirus, de contraespionaje, u otro programa de seguridad, vuélvalo a seleccionar y entonces comuníquese con el vendedor o considere un producto rival. Otras aplicaciones se pueden quedar desactivadas.
Existe una manera de obtener más información sobre los programas que aparecen en esta lista: visite la lista Startup Applications List de Sysinfo.org en http://www.sysinfo.org/startuplist.php o vaya a cualquier motor de búsqueda y escriba el nombre del programa más msconfig.
Como el monstruo en una mala película de terror, algunas aplicaciones de carga automática siguen saliendo de la sepultura. El software «corrige» su «equivocación» apagando el módulo de carga automática. Para enterrarle en el corazón una estaca de madera virtual, busque una opción en los menús del programa que se refiera a la carga al inicio. Cuando la encuentre, desactívela. Si no encuentra tal opción, una vez más, averigüe con el vendedor o considere un producto de la competencia.

YouTube – Mini Tutorial nLite y SP3

YouTube – Mini Tutorial nLite y SP3

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Como crear tu Windows… -Taringa!

Primero deben descargarse el nLite

Descripciòn Softonic:

¿Cuántas veces has querido eliminar alguno de los elementos de Windows que irremediablemente se instalan con dicho sistema operativo? Messenger, Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, Media Player… no siempre te interesa tener esos programas y sin embargo te los tienes que instalar, como suele decirse, por narices.

Puedes probar a evitarlos, pero es cuestión de editar numerosos ficheros de instalación, evitando en todo momento eliminar algo importante; en pocas palabras, una personalización reservada sólo a las manos más expertas.

En estos casos es cuando una herramienta como nLite resulta más que bienvenida. Una sencilla utilidad que te permite elegir libremente los componentes que no quieres incluir en tu instalación de Windows, con soporte para casi cada componente y para unos cuantos servicios.

Descripciòn Personal:

En pocas palabras si han visto Windows UE, y otros ismilares como el windows angelical y todo esos windows modificados que existen pues con etse programa Ustedes puden modificar su Windows De manera Facil, y dejarlo como ustedes quieran

El Rar contiene:

-El instalador del Nlite totalmente en Español
-Un manual en Word ( Office de Windows) en el que se explican los pasos Basicos

Rapidshare:
http://rapidshare.com/files/88413009/nLite-1.4.installer.rar

Gigasize:
http://www.gigasize.com/get.php?d=2p4nv22l06d

Listo…Ya lo tienen…Haora lo vamos a crear

Tras la instalación del nlite, seleccionaremos el idioma a usar, en mi caso el «Spanish»

La siguiente pantalla es para seleccionar el directorio donde tenemos nuestro contenido del Cd de windows;hagamos un inciso en el tutorial.

Si has conseguido una imágen de un cd de wndows (archivo hrg, iso, mdf, …) deberás abrirlo con un programa del tipo UltraIso o Isobuster y extraer el contenido a tu disco duro

Continuámos con el tutorial; como decíamos, seleccionaremos el directorio de nuestro archivos de windows; tras un «breve» tiempo de carga, el nlite nos mostrará la información del windows, y pulsaremos sobre «Siguiente».

La siguiente pantalla nos muestra las acciones que podemos hacer; si tu cd ya tiene el SP2 integrado, no selecciones la opción de «Integrar un Service Pack»

Cada usuario sabrá que opciones quiere activar, pero yo personalmente seleccionaría todas (excepto la del service pack), sobre todo la última, ya que si no la activamos no podremos crear elboot cd, o cd autoarrancable.

Veamos pues las diferentes opciones:

Integrar actualizaciones

Con esta opción podremos tener el windows actualizado nada más instalarlo.

Para añadir actualizaciones, pulsamos sobre «Añadir» situado abajo a la derecha; vamos al directorio donde tenemos guardadas nuestars actualizaciones, las seleccionamos todas (pulsando en el teclado la tecla ctrl+E) y le damos a abrir.

Si los ordenas por fecha, mejor que mejor.

Sólo queda pulsar sobre «Siguiente»

Integrar drivers

Como hemos dicho antes, sólo acepta drivers en formato inf, así que no le intentéis meter un ejecutable

De la misma forma que en el apartado de actualziaciones, abajo a la derecha pulsamos sobre «Añadir»; ahora nos muestra un submenú: «Single driver» o «Multiple driver folder»

Usa Single driver si sabes que el archivo es un inf determinado.

Usa Multiple driver folder para seleccionar una carpeta con varios infs

Deberás repetir el proceso para cada driver que quieras añadir, a menos que los tengas todos en una carpeta y uses la opción del Multiple drivers folder.

Eliminar Componentes

Al llegar a esta opsión, la aplicación te pregunta qué quieres que proteja para que no elimines algún componente necesario para alguna funcionalidad del windows; esto como todo, es personal, pero para un CD estándar recomiendo que marquéis estas opciones:

Ahora sólo tenéis que ir marcando lo que queréis que se elimine; las opciones marcadas en rojo tiene que ver con lo que habéis seleccionado en la pantalla anterior, así que es mejor no marcarlas.

Este proceso puede resultar algo tedioso, entre mirar lo que quieres quitar y marcarlo.

Instalación desatendida

Llegamos a una de la partes más interesantes.

Como siempre, dependiendo de nuestras preferencias seleccionaremos un perfil de instalación u otro, pero yo recomiendo el FullUnattended

En la siguiente pantalla, deberemos navegar entre las pestañas superiores e ir completando la información en cada apartado.

En general, si no sabes qué hace una opción, no la marques, por ejemplo, en la pestaña «RED – Nombre de Dominio» no deberás marcar nada, a no ser que tu equipo pertenezca a un dominio (en generla sólo en el mundo empresarial, no en los pc’s domésticos).

La pestaña de RunOnceEx puedes dejarla en blanco, dado que lo completaremos en otro tutorial.

En la pestaña «Pantalla», en «Frecuencia de actualización» marcad 75 MHz; el windows de normal lo tiene marcado a 60 MHz, y es el principla causante de dolores de cabeza y fatiga visual; un TFT aguantará hasta 75 (aunque el vendedor marque el tope en los 72) y un CRT normalito hasta los 85.

Options

En esta parte podrás cambiar el, a mi juicio fastidios «Documents and Settings» por «Perfiles» u otro nombre más adecuado, entre otras muchas opciones.

Parches

Una sección bastante útil.

Personalmente recomiendo esta configuración:

Ajustes

Como siempre, cada uno seleccionará las opciones que considere adecuadas para su CD; esta parte también es extensa y algo tediosa, pero merece la pena.

Finalizando

Es en este momento cuando el nlite comienza el trabajo sucio; dependiendo de la potencia de tu máquina, tradará más o menos, pero estate seguro que un buen rato va a estar tu ordenador ocupado.

Aprovecha para tomarte algo o descansar un rato.

Crear ISO autoarrancable

El siguiente paso es para crear una imágen del CD autoarrancable; fíjate bien en marcar la opción para hacerla

Es el momento de copiar la carpeta $OEM$, aunque también podemos añadirla con el UltraIso (por ejemplo) una vez finalizada la imágen

>Consideraciones finales

No es necasario realizar esta tarea de una sentada, puedes guardar tus ajustes para usarlos en otra sesión.

Para ello, en la parte inferior izquierda de la aplicación verás un botón con el texto «Preset»; si lo pulsas, podrás guardar tus avances y preferencias

Para cargar tus preferencias en otra sesión, al abrir el nlite y tras seleccionar el directorio donde se encuentra el contenido del CD, verás una lista de los ajustes guardados:

Ante la duda de eliminar algo o no, no lo hagas; si no conoces qué es lo que estás quitando, no puedes saber a qué puede afectar.

>Añadido: Información OEM personalizada

Para añadir la información OEM a nuestro windows (la información OEM es lo que se ve al pulsar sobre el botón derecho en MiPc->Propiedades, en «Fabricado y soporte de:»

Para cambiar dicha información necesitaremos hacer uso de dos archivos:

Oeminfo.ini
Oemlogo.bmp

El primero es un fichero de texto con una determinada sintaxis; cambiad lo que queráis del fichero de ejemplo:

[General]
Manufacturer = mentes-libres
Model =
SupportURL = www. mentes-libres.com
Model =
LocalFile =

[Support Information]
Line1= Windows Modificado por: mentes-libres
Model =
Line2=
Line3= Chencho
Line4=
Line5=Visita nuestra web para saber cómo
Line6=
Line7=

No eliminéis ni la etiqueta [General] ni [Support Information], debéis modificar el conrenido de Manufacturer, etc, o añadir eliminar «LineX»; si no querís que se muestar nada no pongáis nada a la derecha del «=».

El segundo es la imágen que se mostrará, el logo por así decirlo.

Tiene que ser un bmp de 172×172 (puede ser menor, pero no mayor) a 256 colores (RGB).

Para hacerlo transparente, hay que recurrir al snagit. Abrimos elSnagIt,y seleccionamos «SnagIt Editor» (a la izquierda); ahora abrimos nuestro bmp, vamos a «Colors»->»Transparent Color»

Ahora a la derecha, con el cuenta gotas, seleccionamos el color que queremos que sea transparente (el de fondo), guardamos y… ya está

Ahora la pregunta del millón: Cómo hago para meterlo en mi CD??

Para esto hay que recurrir a un método que más adelante será explicado con detalle, pero por el momento sólo diremos cómo hacerlo, y no el porqué.

Cread la carpeta $OEM$ dentro de la carpeta donde estén los archivos de windows,por ejemplo C:\WINXP\ de manera que quedará esto C:\WINXP\$OEM$\

Ahora cread la carpeta $$ dentro de $OMEO$, con lo que tendremos C:\WINXP\$OEM$\$$\

Ahora la carpeta System32 dentro de $$, con lo queda esto C:\WINXP\$OEM$\$$\System32\

Y ahora copiad los ficheros oeminfo.ini y oemlogo.bmp a esa carpeta. Ya está, no hay más misterio.

Si ya tenías creada la imágen del CD, abridla con el UltraIso (por ejemplo) y copiad la carpeta $OEM$ de vuestro disco duro en la imágen,guardad loscambios y listos.

ja bueno espero k les hayga gustado el Tuto jejeje ya saven si ocupan algo pidanlo no cuesta nada y Tampoco agradecer cuesta ya saven

Fuente:
http://www.pc-cito.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=52&forum=18

Bueno espero que les sirva

un Salu2 A todos

Taringa! – Como crear tu Windows…

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manual en castellano: http://www.letheonline.net/manualnlite.htm

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How to Create a Bootable Rescue CD | Gizmo’s Tech Support Alert

How to Create a Bootable Rescue CD

[1] http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/
[2] http://www.ubcd4win.com/
[3] http://www.ubcd4win.com/ordering.htm
[4] http://www.frozentech.com/content/livecd.php
[5] http://ubcd.sourceforge.net/
[6] http://www.shockfamily.net/cedric/knoppix/

How to Create a Bootable Rescue CD | Gizmo’s Tech Support Alert

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Taringa! – MS-DOS IMB-PC. No la Tires ¡ Todavía Sirve ! Vol. 1

Taringa! – MS-DOS IMB-PC. No la Tires ¡ Todavía Sirve ! Vol. 1

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kbglob – tecnologia para geeks, no para tu mamá » Evolución de los Sistemas Operativos

kbglob – tecnologia para geeks, no para tu mamá » Evolución de los Sistemas Operativos

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Útil y ¡Gratis! – Programas y recursos

Programas y recursos para la web

Útil y ¡Gratis!

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Nuevo juego en Friki Orgulloso.com: Adivina el logo | Friki Orgulloso

Nuevo juego en Friki Orgulloso.com: Adivina el logo | Friki Orgulloso

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TP Documental Software Libre

Documental código linux

Presentar un informe del contenido del documento.

Preguntas a responder:

1. ¿Qué medio de comunicación usa la comunidad Linux para estar constantemente en contacto? ¿Hubiera existido Linux si este medio de comunicación no hubiera existido? ¿Qué piensas tu?

2. ¿En qué otro sistema operativo (muy importante) anterior se basó Linus para crear Linux?

3. ¿Por qué Linus decidió compartir Linux libremente por la red y no venderlo?

4. ¿Qué primer nombre quería darle Linus a Linux?

5. La gente que programa linux no lo hace por dinero ¿Por qué trabajan en eso entonces?

6. ¿Por qué los paises menos desarrollados o con menos recursos están usando Linux mas que Windows?

7. ¿Cuál es tu opinión sobre todas las personas que aparecen en el documental?

Documental (verlo en casa) para terminar la parte de Software Libre (Bachillerato) « Informática Aplicada

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