Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 30th Jul 2005 02:20 UTC, submitted by gireesh
Zeta YellowTAB released a Zeta 1.0 LiveCD and they are charging just 10 Euros for it. If you return it you get a 5 Euro discount toward the normal CD version of 1.0.
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by MYOB on Sat 30th Jul 2005 19:49 UTC
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BeOS has been doing it since BeOS came on CD. Thats what we've been trying to say all discussion long - yT are making a mountain out a molehill acting as if its the first BeOS LiveCD - BeOS is installed from a LiveCD, and always has been. Since 1994 or 1995 on the BeBox, right through to MacOS-launched ones on PPC, and then floppy launched or direct El Torito boot on x86

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by on Sun 31st Jul 2005 19:09 in reply to "@Trollaxor"
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BeOS has only had the "restart desktop" option since R5 though, so all "live CD's" prior to that were live to install, not to play with.

However, Be did release Live CD's that allowed a small amount of data to be saved to floppy. I have a R4.0 live CD from a UK PC Mag.

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