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Re: Recent Version of PSPP on a live-disk?

From: Renan Levine
Subject: Re: Recent Version of PSPP on a live-disk?
Date: Fri, 20 May 2011 15:30:23 -0400
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Not a live-linux-disk, but if you are on a computer with an internet connection, loading LinuxMint will give you a system that looks a little like Windows. From Linux Mint's software manager, one click will get you PSPP (PSPPire) installed and working.


On 20-May-11 2:20 PM, Jason Stover wrote:
On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 10:05:35AM +0100, Marco Peichl wrote:
Dear fellow PSPP users,
will it be complicated to produce a live-linux-disk with a recent version of
PSPP? THis would be good to present PSPP to other people and would be of
great help. Does anybody have experience with this? It would be good if the
desktop of this linux would look a little bit windows-alike so that windows
users don t get scared (e.g. without compiz). Does somebody have an idea?
I did this a long time ago with Knoppix, using the online tutorial:

But I haven't had time to update it.

Renan Levine
Department of Political Science
University of Toronto - Scarborough
(416) 208-2651

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