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May 2010


live/ devel/ Edit | RecentChanges | History | Preferences | ?Discussion | live-manual About This is the documentation for Debian Live project. It provides a broad overview of the tools and philosophy of Debian Live, as well as providing details on how live systems may be built and customised by end users and developers.

Debian Live Project

Debian Live Project Live Debian systems! Live Manual This manual is under heavy construction. Please report errors, omissions, patches and suggestions to our mailinglist at and read about how to contribute to the manual.

September 2008

July 2008

Skolelinux: Infoside for utviklerne

The Linux for School project "We have four years of experience using Linux with user applications in Nynorsk" says Bjarne Hugo Hansen, principle of Høle primary and secondary school. Nynorsk is one of the two main norwegian dialects, the other is Bokmål. "Our school saves at least NOK 128.000 (Norwegian kroner) a year, and we are able to use new software on old computers". Most of our computer park consist of old, donated computers from private companies. Bjerke high school with 370 pupils, has three and a half years of experience with thin clients and servers running Linux with KDE and StarOffice. They use a hardware-optimized solution with central server-administration. "Our school saves NOK 100.000 a year" says Gro Flaten, principal of Bjerke. July the 2nd 2001, an initiating meeting was summoned for the "Skolelinux" project (a project to create a Linux solution aimed at Norwegian schools. ). 13 out of 25 project participants met, which is good, considering that the participants live widely spread across Norway. The project's objective was discussed, and the Debian distribution was chosen as a base platform because Petter Reinholdtsen, who knows the Debian distribution well, volunteered to build the new "Skolelinux" distribution. Eivind Trondsen, Linux evangelist from IBM Norway, offered a build computer and development site for a couple of summer months. The objective we agreed on is: The "Skolelinux" project shall provide Norwegian user applications in the two norwegian dialects, Nynorsk and Bokmål, and in the Sami language.

March 2008

BrOffice Live

Este é um live CD para demonstrar o Ele traz o Debian com o desktop KDE. Tudo em ambiente live, sem precisar instalar no computador.

February 2008

January 2008

Debian Multimedia Packages::kplayer

A KDE media player based on MPlayer KPlayer is a multimedia player based on the popular MPlayer. It provides video, audio and subtitle playback from files, URLs, DVDs, VCDs, audio CDs, TV, DVB and KDE I/O Slaves as well as global and file specific options, various controls, playlist, progress and status display, and a message log.

June 2007


Q: What is the root password ? A: There is none. You can switch to root with sudo -i or set a password for root with sudo passwd. Q: What is the user password ? A: The user password for casper is 'live' (in previous casper releases it was 'debian'). Q: Where to set the username or the hostname ? A: casper uses default username 'casper' and hostname 'live'. You can specify them by passing 'username=' and 'hostname=' as kernel parameters. (In previous casper releases it was 'host='). Look at DebianLive/casper-manpage.

Debian Live Project

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A Debian Live system is a Debian operating system that does not require a classical installer to use it. It comes on various media, including CD-ROM, USB sticks, or via netboot. Why Debian Live? Although the Debian Live project is about the framework to create your own customized Live system, we offer some prebuilt images. Currently, builds for three desktop environments (GNOME, KDE and Xfce) as well as the standard system are available.