KDE and KNOPPIX
KDE User and Administrator Conference
2004 KDE Community World Summit
Speakers: Klaus Knopper
Talk is scheduled for: Sunday, 29th of August 2004, 16:15 - 17:00
Check the Schedule for an overview of all talks during this conference.
While there are derivates like "Gnoppix" around, which use the Knoppix hardware detection engine merely for supporting their favorite desktop system, KNOPPIX, the download edition, by default uses KDE and some of its features for most of the usability gimmicks on the desktop.
This talk shows a few KDE-related features that have been in KNOPPIX for quite a while, and now have been (much to the surprise of the Knoppix author, and way better done) showing up in KDE 3.2. Questions or deep thoughts about which is the best desktop or window manager are welcome for the discussion part at the end of the talk.
About Klaus Knopper
Klaus Knopper has a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Kaiserslautern. He has more than 15 years of experience in system administration and system programming on various OS platforms. Klaus is one of the founding members of the Unix working group at the University of Kaiserslautern, a self-employed IT consultant, and founding member of LinuxTag e.V., responsible for technique and security.
His interest focusses on development and consulting, network planning, architecture and conceptualization, special system configuration, firewalls and VPNs, administrative support and crash recovery. These skills eventually culminated in the creation of the all-popular Linux distribution Knoppix. In addition, Klaus teaches various programming languages, Unix applications, system administration, security and has held numerous talks and presentations at tradeshows, conferences and meetings.
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