Knoppix – run Linux on your Windows machine

Knoppix is a Linux distribution which you can directly run from your Windows machine. You just insert the CD and restart the computer. And presto, you have Linux running!
I think this is very useful if you want to run Linux occasionally but do not want to install both Linux and Windows on your machine. Thanks to Dr. Jay Pfaffman for the information about Knoppix.
I am writing this entry using Mozilla on Knoppix on my Windows machine.
The system currently shows up as:
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040413 Debian/1.6-5
If I were using IE on Windows Xp, it would show up as:
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1)
More info:
Knoppix is absolutely great!

No “Add Member” feature in Yahoo groups.

Just realized that there is no longer an “Add Member” feature in Yahoo groups. I am owner and/or moderator for a couple of groups. But none of them displays the “Add” feature now. The “Invite Member” feature is still there.
Wonder if it is a permanent or temporary change.
Note (4:50 AM 8/2/2004): Thanks to Brajeshwar for the comment. I found the “Add Members” link at the bottom of the Members > Invite Members page. Hmm, I thought that there was an “Add Members” link on the “Members” page. Guess I was wrong.