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Home » , , » MCNLive is a Mandriva-based live CD developed by MandrakeClub.nl in the Netherlands.

MCNLive is a Mandriva-based live CD developed by MandrakeClub.nl in the Netherlands.

MCNLive, a Mandriva-based distribution and live CD, has been resurrected by the members of the Dutch Mandriva Club.

Update:
Michel Hoogervorst has announced the availability of the first release candidate for
MCNLive Kris, a small Mandriva-based live CD with the KDE desktop: "Here we are with the release candidate of MCNLive Kris. All problems found in the betas should be fixed by now. If no new problems are found this one will simply be renamed to final. A small introduction for the people who didn't follow the betas. It won't have all the nice features you might remember from MCNLive, but the most important things are there. Copy2ram is present, remastering on-the-fly is possible again and even booting from USB is no problem at all! Note that the way MCNLive is put on an USB stick has slightly changed. There is no wizard for this any more, but you can simply dd the ISO image to your stick, just like Mandriva One. You should even be able to use Mandriva Seed to put the image on your stick."

Read the rest of the
release announcement for more details.

Download:
mcnlive-kris-rc1.iso (381MB, MD5).

MCNLive is a Mandriva-based live CD developed by MandrakeClub.nl in the Netherlands.

MCNLive is a complete operating system running from CD or USB stick. It is based on Mandriva Linux and designed for desktops and notebooks. Included software for all your needs: internet applications, office suite, networking tools, multimedia software. MCNLive operates in a so-called live mode. It's a great way to carry your entire 'computer' wherever you are. With automatic hardware detection. A portable Pocket OS without the need to install permanently on a hard disk. A secure, comfortable and fast desktop with a pleasant look and an easy to use graphical user interface.

Necessary.

A computer (min. i586 or compatible) with at least 192 MB RAM, 512 MB if you would like to enjoy the full functionality. Bootable from CD ROM. A recent BIOS capable to boot from USB will give you the full experience of the LiveUSB version. Monitor with at least 1024x768 resolution. Keyboard, mouse.

Hardware Requirement.

1. A PC/Notebook with a recent motherboard and BIOS. Most computers not older than 2 years should have an option in the BIOS # to set the boot sequence to USB-HDD or USB-ZIP. With a BIOS update we got it working even with a 2001 motherboard.

2. The minimum capacity of the USB Flash Drive/USB Stick: 256 MB for the Xfce version, 512 MB for the KDE version. 1 GB is fine too. 2 GB needs to be splitted in two partitions. If you plan to buy a USB stick, I recommand one with fast read/write access. My favorite is a Corsair Flash Voyager.

3. You need to burn the downloaded iso-file to a CD-R or CD-RW. The installation to the USB stick is done from the running CD.
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