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Auteur Topic: Knoppix redt harde schijf  (gelezen 2135 keer)

Offline Tod

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Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Gepost op: 2013/05/21, 14:46:45 »
Van een oude laptop was de harde schijf kapot en omdat daar nog foto's opstonden vroeg ik me af op die nog te redden waren. Hierdoor ben ik uitgekomen bij Knoppix waarvan ik een Live - dvd gemaakt heb en vervolgens geprobeerd om deze laptop op te starten.

Knoppix startte eerst op in de terminal waar ik niks aan had en vervolgens gereboot en kreeg ik de grafische versie, daarna heb ik er een externe USB aangehangen en alle foto's opgezet.

Ik wist helemaal niet dat dit mogelijk was dat je op deze manier via Knoppix dit zo nog kon doen. En nu vroeg ik me af zijn er mensen die hier ervaring mee hebben? En zijn er nog andere manieren om dit te doen? En  las ik iets over TestDisk?

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Re: Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Reactie #1 Gepost op: 2013/05/21, 16:29:13 »
Hallo Tod,

Ja, je kan soms nog heel erg veel met een kapotte harddisk! Ik ben daar wel eens mee bezig geweest. Testdisk is één van de programma's uit een reeks waar je heel wat mee kan bereiken. Het mooiste was dat de maker van één van die programma's als introductie zei: "Kijk niet gek op als het echt werkt. Ik heb het niet voor de lol gemaakt" En inderdaad.

In één geval was het programma ook zo gemaakt dat meerdere pogingen zinvol waren. Het programma was erop gemaakt alle snippers data die het maar te pakken kon krijgen samen te stellen tot liefst natuurlijk het geheel.

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Offline jan11000

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Re: Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Reactie #2 Gepost op: 2013/05/21, 17:49:55 »
Met ubuntu gaat dit ook.
Xubuntu werkt ook en is misschien lichter.

Nog beter is, Parted Magic, deze is heel erg licht, dus met pc's met weinig geheugen, dan start deze nog steeds vlug op.
In Parted Magic zit,

cfdisk - curses-based disk partition table manipulator
fdisk - partition table manipulator
fixparts - designed to correct common problems with computer partition tables
gdisk - text-mode partitioning tool that works on GPT disks
gpart - guess PC-type hard disk partitions
GParted - partition editor that uses libparted
parted - partition manipulation program
sfdisk - partition table manipulator

File System Tools


btrfs - btrfs is a new copy on write file system for Linux
Bonnie++ - benchmark suite aimed at performing a number of simple tests
curlftpfs - file system for accessing FTP hosts based on FUSE and libcurl
dbench - file system benchmark
diskdev_cmds - OSX-ported, HFS+ utilities supplying mkfs and fsck
dosfstools - utilities to create and check MS-DOS FAT file systems
e2fsprogs - ext2 file system utilities and libraries
EncFS - provides an encrypted file system in userspace
fsarchiver - save contents of a file system to a compressed archive file
FUSE - file system in userspace
hfsplus - set of tools to access HFS+ file systems
IOzone - file system benchmark tool
ntfs-3g - third generation NTFS driver
ntfsprogs - tools for doing neat things with NTFS
ObexFS - FUSE based filesystem using ObexFTP
reiserfsprogs - user-level tools for ReiserFS file systems
sshfs - file system client based on SSH
vmfs-tools - access VMFS through standard Linux VFS via FUSE
xfsprogs - utilities for managing XFS file systems
zfs-fuse - a port of the ZFS file system from Sun
Booting Loader Tools


grub - GRand Unified Bootloader
HDT (Hardware Detection Tool) - Syslinux com32 hardware analyzer module
install-mbr - installs and configures a Master Boot Record manager
lilo - LInux LOader
Memtest86+ - advanced memory diagnostic tool
ms-sys - used to create Microsoft-compatible boot records
syslinux - bootloaders for FAT12/16/32, bootable “El Torito” (iso9660), ext2/3/4 and brtfs file systems
X Utilities


Audacious - Audacious is an open source audio player
Asunder - Asunder is a graphical Audio CD ripper and encoder
arandr - designed to provide a simple visual front end for XRandR
Blueman Device Manager - Blueman is a GTK+ Bluetooth Manager
ClamTk Virus Scanner - A GUI front-end for ClamAV
Conky - lightweight system monitor
CUPS - CUPS is the standards-based, open source printing system
Evince Document Viewer - Evince is a document viewer for multiple document formats
feh - an X11 image viewer aimed mostly at console users
File Roller - archive manager
Firefox - open source web browser
galculator - GTK+ scientific calculator
GEncFS - GUI to EncFS, for encrypted directory mounting
gtk-lshw - GTK+ front-end for lshw
GSmartControl - HDD health inspection tool (GUI for smartctl)
GSSHFS - GUI to SSHFS, for distant directory over SSH mounting
hardinfo - system profiler and benchmark
ISO Master - GUI CD image editor
Leafpad - GTK+ based simple text editor
lilosetup - a GUI utility to configure LILO bootloader
Mirage Image Viewer - Mirage is a fast and simple GTK+ image viewer
netwag - a graphical front-end to netwox
NetworkManager - Great Networking powered by DBUS
Parcellite - Parcellite is a lightweight GTK+ clipboard manager
pyneighborhood - an OpenSource GTK+ based SMB/CIFS Browsing utility
ROX-Filer - a simple and easy to use graphical file manager for X11
ROXTerm - ROXTerm is a terminal emulator intended to provide similar features to gnome-terminal, based on the same VTE library
SciTE - A free source code editor for Win32 and X
spacefm - a file manager with built-in VFS, udev-based device manager, customizable menu system, and bash integration
systester - Test your system's stability and performance by calculating millions of digits of Pi
TigerVNC Viewer - a high-performance, platform-neutral implementation of VNC
TrueCrypt - software system for on-the-fly-encrypted volumes
UNetbootin - create bootable, Live USB drives for Linux distros without burning a CD
WICD - A network connection manager that aims to simplify wired and wireless networking in Linux
XChat - IRC chat program
xclamscan - GUI for the ClamAV anti-virus
Xdialog - designed to be a drop in replacement for the “dialog” or “cdialog” programs
xfburn - Xfburn is a simple CD/DVD burning tool based on libburnia libraries
Zenity - allows you to display GTK dialog boxes in commandline and shell scripts
Console Utilities


AlsaMixer - soundcard mixer for ALSA soundcard driver, with ncurses interface
arpwatch - a tool for monitoring Address Resolution Protocol traffic on a computer network
bar - a simple tool to copy a stream of data and print a display for the user
BlueZ - official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack
bzip2recover - recover data from damaged bz2 files
cdrtools - allows recording to CD/DVD/BluRay media
chntpw - utility to (re)set passwords of local accounts on Windows systems
ClamAV - open source (GPL) anti-virus toolkit for UNIX
Clonezilla - OpenSource clone system
cmospwd - decrypts passwords stored in CMOS used to access BIOS setup
consoleKit - ConsoleKit is a framework for defining and tracking users, login sessions, and seats
cURL - tool for transferring files with URL syntax
dcfldd - enhanced version of GNU dd
dc3dd - patched version of GNU dd
dd - convert and copy a file
ddrescue - does not abort on errors on the input file
device-mapper - kernel component that supports LVM
di - disk information utility
diff - compares two files, showing differences line by line
disktype - detect content format of disk or disk image
dislocker - designed to read BitLocker encrypted partitions under Linux and Mac OSX systems
dmidecode - reports information about your system's hardware
dmraid - discover and activate software (ATA)RAID
DRBL - Diskless Remote Boot in Linux
dvd+rw-tools - makes it possible to burn DVD images
ELinks - text mode web browser
ethtool - standard Linux utility for controlling network drivers and hardware
ext3grep - recover deleted files from an ext3 or ext4 file systems
extundelete - tool to help recover deleted files on ext3 file systems
file - determine file type
flashrom - identify, read, write, verify, erase flash chips
gptsync - GPT partition table to MBR partition table synchronisation
hdparm - get/set ATA/SATA drive parameters
hexedit - view and edit files in hexadecimal
hfsprescue - scans a damaged image file or partition that is formatted with HFS+
iptables - administration tool for IPv4 packet filtering and NAT
lftp - command-line file transfer program
lm-sensors - Linux hardware monitoring
lshw - Hardware Lister
lsof - (LiSt Open Files) displays information about files open to processes
lspci - lists PCI buses and devices in the system
lsscsi - lists information about SCSI devices
lsusb - lists USB devices
lzip - gzip-like command line tool which uses LZMA compression
md5deep - a set of programs to compute MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, Tiger, or Whirlpool message digests on an arbitrary number of files
mdadm - manage MD devices, aka Linux Software Raid
Midnight Commander - file manager
modem-manager - D-Bus service for managing modems
multipath-tools - used to drive the Device Mapper multipathing driver
nano - editor aimed to replace Pico
nbd - network block device, client and server.
nmap - utility for network discovery and security auditing
ntp - Network Time Protocol
Nwipe - run the DBAN dwipe command outside of DBAN
Open-iSCSI - Open-iSCSI project is a high performance, transport independent, multi-platform implementation of RFC3720
openSSH - encrypt sessions using the SSH protocol
openSSL - open source implementation of the SSL and TLS protocols
partclone - a project similar to the well-known backup utility
partclone-utils - partclone-utils contains a utility for use with partclone generated images
partimage - utility which saves partitions to an image file
perl - a highly capable, feature-rich programming language
PhotoRec - digital photo recovery
pigz - parallel implementation of gzip that exploits multiple processors & cores
plzip - parallel lossless data compressor based on the LZMA algorithm
polkit - a toolkit for handling the policy that allows unprivileged processes to speak to privileged processes
pv - monitors the progress of data through a pipeline
pxz - a compression utility that runs LZMA compression of different parts of an input file on multiple processors simultaneously
reglookup - direct analysis of Windows NT-based registry files
RP-PPPoE - PPPoE client for Linux to connect to PPPoE service providers
rsync - fast incremental file transfer
rTorrent - text-based ncurses BitTorrent client
safecopy - data recovery tool
samba - the standard Windows interoperability suite of programs for Linux and Unix
Scrounge NTFS - data recovery program for NTFS
sdparm - outputs and modifies SCSI device parameters
shorewall - a gateway/firewall configuration tool for GNU/Linux
shred - securely delete a file
smartctl - control and monitor utility for SMART disks
stress - simple workload generator
sudo - execute a command as another user
TestDisk - partition scanner and disk recovery tool
udevil - a program that mounts and unmounts devices without a password, shows device info, and monitors device changes
udisks - a daemon that serves as an interface to system block devices, implemented via D-Bus
UDPcast - transfer tool that can multicast data on a LAN
unarj - program used to uncompress .arj format archives
wpa_supplicant - implementation of an IEEE 802.11i supplicant
wipe - secure, file wiping utility
zenmap - the official Nmap Security Scanner GUI
zerofree - Zerofree finds the unallocated, non-zeroed blocks in an ext2 or ext3 file-system and fills them with zeroes

Offline Tod

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Re: Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Reactie #3 Gepost op: 2013/05/21, 18:22:47 »
Met ubuntu gaat dit ook.
Xubuntu werkt ook en is misschien lichter.

Nog beter is, Parted Magic, deze is heel erg licht, dus met pc's met weinig geheugen, dan start deze nog steeds vlug op.
In Parted Magic zit,

cfdisk - curses-based disk partition table manipulator
fdisk - partition table manipulator
fixparts - designed to correct common problems with computer partition tables
gdisk - text-mode partitioning tool that works on GPT disks
gpart - guess PC-type hard disk partitions
GParted - partition editor that uses libparted
parted - partition manipulation program
sfdisk - partition table manipulator

File System Tools


btrfs - btrfs is a new copy on write file system for Linux
Bonnie++ - benchmark suite aimed at performing a number of simple tests
curlftpfs - file system for accessing FTP hosts based on FUSE and libcurl
dbench - file system benchmark
diskdev_cmds - OSX-ported, HFS+ utilities supplying mkfs and fsck
dosfstools - utilities to create and check MS-DOS FAT file systems
e2fsprogs - ext2 file system utilities and libraries
EncFS - provides an encrypted file system in userspace
fsarchiver - save contents of a file system to a compressed archive file
FUSE - file system in userspace
hfsplus - set of tools to access HFS+ file systems
IOzone - file system benchmark tool
ntfs-3g - third generation NTFS driver
ntfsprogs - tools for doing neat things with NTFS
ObexFS - FUSE based filesystem using ObexFTP
reiserfsprogs - user-level tools for ReiserFS file systems
sshfs - file system client based on SSH
vmfs-tools - access VMFS through standard Linux VFS via FUSE
xfsprogs - utilities for managing XFS file systems
zfs-fuse - a port of the ZFS file system from Sun
Booting Loader Tools


grub - GRand Unified Bootloader
HDT (Hardware Detection Tool) - Syslinux com32 hardware analyzer module
install-mbr - installs and configures a Master Boot Record manager
lilo - LInux LOader
Memtest86+ - advanced memory diagnostic tool
ms-sys - used to create Microsoft-compatible boot records
syslinux - bootloaders for FAT12/16/32, bootable “El Torito” (iso9660), ext2/3/4 and brtfs file systems
X Utilities


Audacious - Audacious is an open source audio player
Asunder - Asunder is a graphical Audio CD ripper and encoder
arandr - designed to provide a simple visual front end for XRandR
Blueman Device Manager - Blueman is a GTK+ Bluetooth Manager
ClamTk Virus Scanner - A GUI front-end for ClamAV
Conky - lightweight system monitor
CUPS - CUPS is the standards-based, open source printing system
Evince Document Viewer - Evince is a document viewer for multiple document formats
feh - an X11 image viewer aimed mostly at console users
File Roller - archive manager
Firefox - open source web browser
galculator - GTK+ scientific calculator
GEncFS - GUI to EncFS, for encrypted directory mounting
gtk-lshw - GTK+ front-end for lshw
GSmartControl - HDD health inspection tool (GUI for smartctl)
GSSHFS - GUI to SSHFS, for distant directory over SSH mounting
hardinfo - system profiler and benchmark
ISO Master - GUI CD image editor
Leafpad - GTK+ based simple text editor
lilosetup - a GUI utility to configure LILO bootloader
Mirage Image Viewer - Mirage is a fast and simple GTK+ image viewer
netwag - a graphical front-end to netwox
NetworkManager - Great Networking powered by DBUS
Parcellite - Parcellite is a lightweight GTK+ clipboard manager
pyneighborhood - an OpenSource GTK+ based SMB/CIFS Browsing utility
ROX-Filer - a simple and easy to use graphical file manager for X11
ROXTerm - ROXTerm is a terminal emulator intended to provide similar features to gnome-terminal, based on the same VTE library
SciTE - A free source code editor for Win32 and X
spacefm - a file manager with built-in VFS, udev-based device manager, customizable menu system, and bash integration
systester - Test your system's stability and performance by calculating millions of digits of Pi
TigerVNC Viewer - a high-performance, platform-neutral implementation of VNC
TrueCrypt - software system for on-the-fly-encrypted volumes
UNetbootin - create bootable, Live USB drives for Linux distros without burning a CD
WICD - A network connection manager that aims to simplify wired and wireless networking in Linux
XChat - IRC chat program
xclamscan - GUI for the ClamAV anti-virus
Xdialog - designed to be a drop in replacement for the “dialog” or “cdialog” programs
xfburn - Xfburn is a simple CD/DVD burning tool based on libburnia libraries
Zenity - allows you to display GTK dialog boxes in commandline and shell scripts
Console Utilities


AlsaMixer - soundcard mixer for ALSA soundcard driver, with ncurses interface
arpwatch - a tool for monitoring Address Resolution Protocol traffic on a computer network
bar - a simple tool to copy a stream of data and print a display for the user
BlueZ - official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack
bzip2recover - recover data from damaged bz2 files
cdrtools - allows recording to CD/DVD/BluRay media
chntpw - utility to (re)set passwords of local accounts on Windows systems
ClamAV - open source (GPL) anti-virus toolkit for UNIX
Clonezilla - OpenSource clone system
cmospwd - decrypts passwords stored in CMOS used to access BIOS setup
consoleKit - ConsoleKit is a framework for defining and tracking users, login sessions, and seats
cURL - tool for transferring files with URL syntax
dcfldd - enhanced version of GNU dd
dc3dd - patched version of GNU dd
dd - convert and copy a file
ddrescue - does not abort on errors on the input file
device-mapper - kernel component that supports LVM
di - disk information utility
diff - compares two files, showing differences line by line
disktype - detect content format of disk or disk image
dislocker - designed to read BitLocker encrypted partitions under Linux and Mac OSX systems
dmidecode - reports information about your system's hardware
dmraid - discover and activate software (ATA)RAID
DRBL - Diskless Remote Boot in Linux
dvd+rw-tools - makes it possible to burn DVD images
ELinks - text mode web browser
ethtool - standard Linux utility for controlling network drivers and hardware
ext3grep - recover deleted files from an ext3 or ext4 file systems
extundelete - tool to help recover deleted files on ext3 file systems
file - determine file type
flashrom - identify, read, write, verify, erase flash chips
gptsync - GPT partition table to MBR partition table synchronisation
hdparm - get/set ATA/SATA drive parameters
hexedit - view and edit files in hexadecimal
hfsprescue - scans a damaged image file or partition that is formatted with HFS+
iptables - administration tool for IPv4 packet filtering and NAT
lftp - command-line file transfer program
lm-sensors - Linux hardware monitoring
lshw - Hardware Lister
lsof - (LiSt Open Files) displays information about files open to processes
lspci - lists PCI buses and devices in the system
lsscsi - lists information about SCSI devices
lsusb - lists USB devices
lzip - gzip-like command line tool which uses LZMA compression
md5deep - a set of programs to compute MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, Tiger, or Whirlpool message digests on an arbitrary number of files
mdadm - manage MD devices, aka Linux Software Raid
Midnight Commander - file manager
modem-manager - D-Bus service for managing modems
multipath-tools - used to drive the Device Mapper multipathing driver
nano - editor aimed to replace Pico
nbd - network block device, client and server.
nmap - utility for network discovery and security auditing
ntp - Network Time Protocol
Nwipe - run the DBAN dwipe command outside of DBAN
Open-iSCSI - Open-iSCSI project is a high performance, transport independent, multi-platform implementation of RFC3720
openSSH - encrypt sessions using the SSH protocol
openSSL - open source implementation of the SSL and TLS protocols
partclone - a project similar to the well-known backup utility
partclone-utils - partclone-utils contains a utility for use with partclone generated images
partimage - utility which saves partitions to an image file
perl - a highly capable, feature-rich programming language
PhotoRec - digital photo recovery
pigz - parallel implementation of gzip that exploits multiple processors & cores
plzip - parallel lossless data compressor based on the LZMA algorithm
polkit - a toolkit for handling the policy that allows unprivileged processes to speak to privileged processes
pv - monitors the progress of data through a pipeline
pxz - a compression utility that runs LZMA compression of different parts of an input file on multiple processors simultaneously
reglookup - direct analysis of Windows NT-based registry files
RP-PPPoE - PPPoE client for Linux to connect to PPPoE service providers
rsync - fast incremental file transfer
rTorrent - text-based ncurses BitTorrent client
safecopy - data recovery tool
samba - the standard Windows interoperability suite of programs for Linux and Unix
Scrounge NTFS - data recovery program for NTFS
sdparm - outputs and modifies SCSI device parameters
shorewall - a gateway/firewall configuration tool for GNU/Linux
shred - securely delete a file
smartctl - control and monitor utility for SMART disks
stress - simple workload generator
sudo - execute a command as another user
TestDisk - partition scanner and disk recovery tool
udevil - a program that mounts and unmounts devices without a password, shows device info, and monitors device changes
udisks - a daemon that serves as an interface to system block devices, implemented via D-Bus
UDPcast - transfer tool that can multicast data on a LAN
unarj - program used to uncompress .arj format archives
wpa_supplicant - implementation of an IEEE 802.11i supplicant
wipe - secure, file wiping utility
zenmap - the official Nmap Security Scanner GUI
zerofree - Zerofree finds the unallocated, non-zeroed blocks in an ext2 or ext3 file-system and fills them with zeroes
Wist niet dat dit met Ubuntu Xubuntu ook kan, maar is proberen dan. Van Parted Magic ook gewoon een live cd maken? En zie dat Testdisk en clonezilla er opstaan, gebruik jij die dan bijvoorbeeld of hoe pak jij het dan aan?

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Re: Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Reactie #4 Gepost op: 2013/05/21, 20:33:24 »
Heb knoppix al een tijdje niet meer moeten uithalen, maar heeft vroeger al veel data gered van vrienden.
Pc wil niet meer, knoppix derin, overzetten naar de nas en voila, pc herinstalleren (op vraag van de persoon windows, alhoewel ik al sommigen op ubuntu heb laten overstappen)
data terugzetten (meestal hun foto's waar ze nooit backups van nemen) en tevreden vrienden.
Dus in 1 woord, knoppix is geweldig!
Met vriendelijke groeten,
Wim

Offline Tod

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Re: Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Reactie #5 Gepost op: 2013/05/21, 20:52:48 »
Heb knoppix al een tijdje niet meer moeten uithalen, maar heeft vroeger al veel data gered van vrienden.
Pc wil niet meer, knoppix derin, overzetten naar de nas en voila, pc herinstalleren (op vraag van de persoon windows, alhoewel ik al sommigen op ubuntu heb laten overstappen)
data terugzetten (meestal hun foto's waar ze nooit backups van nemen) en tevreden vrienden.
Dus in 1 woord, knoppix is geweldig!
Ja maar dan eerst nog een nieuwe harde schijf. Ben er nu naar eentje opzoek voor een laptop die niet al te duur, om wat te experimenteren. Iemand toevallig een idee waar deze te halen en wat voor eentje?

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Re: Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Reactie #6 Gepost op: 2013/05/21, 21:08:49 »
Zo bijzonder is Knoppix niet, met een live-cd van een willekeurige Linux-distro kun je hetzelfde, bijvoorbeeld met die van Ubuntu, voor oudere PC's Lubuntu.

Offline Bobbie

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Re: Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Reactie #7 Gepost op: 2013/05/21, 22:09:27 »
(offtopic) net even Knoppix 7.05 cd op een live USB stick gezet en het ziet er aardig uit, het is L.D.E. desktop met en Compiz  en hij draait  soepel en snel.
Wil je je gelijk, of wil je geluk?
Handige tips voor beginners: http://sites.google.com/site/computertip/

Offline jan11000

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Re: Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Reactie #8 Gepost op: 2013/05/22, 15:49:27 »
Dit is nog leuker,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKSFDXOlEww
100 iso's om vanaf te booten, wel zelf erop kopieren.
Dan iso kiezen waarvan je wilt booten.

Offline Tod

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Re: Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Reactie #9 Gepost op: 2013/05/22, 16:19:43 »
Dit is nog leuker,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKSFDXOlEww
100 iso's om vanaf te booten, wel zelf erop kopieren.
Dan iso kiezen waarvan je wilt booten.
Alleen dan moet je eerst dag ding kopen, en je kunt ook gewoon met een live cd doen wat wel een stuk goedkoper is toch.

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Re: Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Reactie #10 Gepost op: 2013/05/22, 16:43:33 »
Gewoon met Lubuntu ; zeker van een volwaardige ondersteuning en je kan direct aan alles aan (zeker in het geval van een 'oude' pc of laptop).
Vroeger ook even met Puppy gespeeld; nog lichter maar heeft veel minder tools aan boord
Gubuntu 17.04 wegens verdwijnen Unity binnenkort

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Re: Knoppix redt harde schijf
« Reactie #11 Gepost op: 2013/05/23, 11:08:01 »
Zo bijzonder is Knoppix niet, met een live-cd van een willekeurige Linux-distro kun je hetzelfde, bijvoorbeeld met die van Ubuntu, voor oudere PC's Lubuntu.
Alleen is Knoppix veeeel universeler, het werkte op alle hardware die ik tot nog toe ben
tegengekomen. De hardware-herkenning is veel beter dan  Live-Ubuntu. Verder is er veeeel meer
software op die CD/DVD mede omdat het met een gecomprimeerd filesysteem werkt.