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Knoppix on a Hard Drive

Hi. Thanks for answering questions. I am not a proficient user of software. I've just come across your Knoppix and would like to know if it is at all possible to install it to my local hard drive.

I've tried USB and it works just fine. In fact, I am writing this mail from a minicomputer with only restricted and minimal resources. No problem. But, onto a HD – how about that?

I thank you in advance.

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