USB-Sticks with Knoppix Linux

Knoppix

Knoppix is a free Linux distribution that can be started as a live CD directly from a CD/DVD and contains KDE, OpenOffice. org, Gimp, Mozilla, XChat, Gaim and many other programs. It was developed by Klaus Knopper, whose name is also the basis for the name Knoppix.
The successful basic principle of the live CD is that you can test a computer for Linux compatibility without installing it on your hard disk. This means that the current operating system on the hard disk is not changed. Another feature of Knoppix is the automatic hardware detection and configuration during computer startup.