On 4/18/07, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
Arthur Pemberton wrote:
> +1 this seems deserving of answer. I like Fedora, use it all the time,
> and so rarely need a liveCD. And I am finding it harder to suggest
> Fedora to newbies. The LiveCD doesn't seem like that's going to
> change. I''m simply not suggesting any Linux since I'm only familiar
> with Fedora. The LiveCD certainly has a cool factor. But in the
> hypothetical scenario of a perfect LiveCD, what are the benefits? What
> are the hypothetical use cases of said perfect Live Fedora?
Live CD is useful since it is a single disk that you can distribute and
get a reasonably good GNOME and KDE desktop. Perfect? no, but it is
definitely getting better with every version overall.
Well that is only really half a reason, since a live cd will likely
only have one DE. But one cd intalltion is the only real benefit i can
think of so far.
Fedora Core 6 and proud