Accessible Live CD's?

James Homuth james at
Mon Mar 10 23:03:14 EDT 2014

If I had one handy, I'd do just that. It'll be for one-time use so it really
won't bother me a whole lot.

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grml should play nicely with a usb head set, but you will have to adjust the
volume after you get booted up, it defaults to very low settings.

You could just plug in a standard headset.

>Will GRML play nicely with a USB headset, or am I going to have to dig 
>up some spare PC speakers?
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>Hello James.  There quite a few actually.  grml has a live cd, and so 
>does debian.  my suggestion is to google for "live cd" and pick the one 
>you think works best.Gene Collins
>>I'm wondering what's out there these days as far as accessible live 
>>CD's goes. I need to be able to gain FTP access to a system but don't 
>>plan to actually install Linux on that system. If it supports software 
>>speech, that would be perfect. Is there such a thing as a live CD 
>>that'll do the trick, or is it wishful thinking on my part? Any help 
>>would be more than appreciated.
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