Linux Bootable Business CDs
jkyllo+lug at echospiral.com
Mon Mar 26 10:05:56 PST 2001
I'd be in for a couple...
On Sat, 24 Mar 2001, Jeff Silverman wrote:
> I stumbled across this link http://open-projects.linuxcare.com/BBC/
> It is a bootable linux CD
> about the size and shape of a business card which contains what linuxcare
> thinks you need on a Linux machine. The implications are staggering - one
> could, in theory, sashay into a library, boot linux off of this thing,
> hack to your heart's content, and then slip away and none the wiser. If
> it has ssh, then any PC could become an SSH client. Or if you were
> walking down the street and some idiot asks you what is the coolest OS on
> the planet you could whip out your linux BBC and prove it.
> Justin Clayton wants 47, which seems an odd number to me, but that's
> Justin for you.
> I propose to nominate myself as the UW Linux User Group Special
> Officer in Charge of Acquiring Weird Things, and, under the authority
> thereby granted to me by the R.C. of W., ask them politely if they will
> send us some. Does anybody object to this ruse? How many BBC CDs should
> I ask for?
> -- Jeff Silverman, PC guy, Linux wannabe, Java wannabe, Software engineer,
> husband, father etc. See my website:
> http://www.commercialventvac.com/~jeffs jeffs at mail.commercialventvac.com
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