Which distro is good for making own live CD /

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March 16, 2010 at 00:38:09
Specs: linux, Core Due / 512 MB
I want to install one Linux distro in my external HHD.
My moto is to experiment these ,
1)Want to try something else other than Fedore(since using already)
2)Bootable external hdd, (300 GB)
3)Make own live CD/DVD (currently using knoppix)
4)Make Live usb (4GB )(I have no idea, Item 2 will be machine specific or work as live USB)
5)Connect internet through USB wireless modem(Reliance ZTE)
Initially I was thinking of SuSe for installing in external hdd, but later I found more support in net for making live cd/ USB in Ubunto. I tried Ubunto 9.10 as live CD, but fond it is very – very slow, while knoppix 5.3 is much faster in booting. Is it slow even from hdd booting or it is only live cd have this problem ?
Again I have no idea, if installing linux in external hdd will work like live USB or it is machine specific (if not then this will solve my request no 4 also )
Then in last my main issue is to connect USB modem in live cd / usb , I already tried with Knoppix which works once successfully but after that linux start recognizing it as usb hdd instead of usb modem
I found few solution for this in net but no success yet for me.
So I want to start this experiment step by step, therefore I need expert comments before starting from the forum experts.

Which distro will be good for above list of tasks.

With regards


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#1
March 16, 2010 at 01:58:24
Sarauna,

Are u sure u r responding to my question ??

- atul


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#2
March 16, 2010 at 08:05:52
I'm using OpenSuSE Linux for a while, but never tried to make a live cd by myself.
But you can download a live cd of OpenSuSE Linux and test, whether your USB modem is recognized correctly or not.

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#3
March 16, 2010 at 13:04:23
Almost every one of the top 30 distro's can do all that. All can be remastered, boot from external and almost all have a live cd.


If you want to learn consider maybe these choices not in order.
Gentoo, linux from scratch, slackware, debian.

Playing to the angels
Les Paul (1915-2009)


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