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Short introductions to the following special purpose Linux distributions: PublicIP Zone, Knoppix, Linux LiveCD Router, Backtrack, XBMC Live, StressLinux, GParted, and Clonezilla.
[Public IP ZoneCD] turns a PC into a hotspot gateway, helping you offer public wireless Internet while protecting your private network. The PC you use can be a old, slow, machine. You just need a minimum 128 MB of RAM, bootable CD-ROM, floppy drive or USB flash drive, and two Ethernet cards. You will also need at least one router (wired or wireless) and a wireless access point (or another wireless router). The Live CD machine will sit between these two components...
 read more | mail this link | score:8691 | -Ray, June 22, 2010
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